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ast Bridgewater 
High School Library 
11 Plymouth Street 
' Bridgewater, MA 02333 






These are 
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The Torch 

East Brictgewater High School 

11 Plymouth Street 

East Brictgewater, Massachusetts 02333 




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Since the siitri o^ the 1976 L^wst tfear Mn. 'Kelen ^mekitn^tn has done eitenfihing in her 
pontee to help the senioei, #>/ /V/i/ 'T^riifgeiiMiter 'X)j^m (School further their education. 
lOhether it he puttinq eoUetfe applications tOiied^M schediding scholarship meetint/s, or 
t'Otnpiitinif class rutdn^ Mrs. ^Jiackstront is onj^^the feat people that all qradualing, 
students of ^Aui ^ridqeuxater ICiqh SchooJ^KTd. C^inallq, after tuufntq-fisfe qeiirs^ Mrs, 
'^Jiackstrotu has decided that she has Ita^Kmaqh. We hope that she finds the tinte noa% 
to do the tfiinqs that she en^oqs. Tjj^^so toant to make sure that she knoios fust hou% 
important and appreciated sl^^Kfor all the hard amrU and dedicafion that she has 
sho4mi to the stiulents of^^^^iridqeutater 'Tfjiqh (School. Qhaidi qouMrs. liacksire^n , 
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mojnj^ iiwnderfid tn^jmat^iei due to^ their 
leadendiift and iledieaiiati. ^he 
enthuiJaAm fr^nt Imth inilimiliiah Iull 
ii%eleja%ned ##x uuth ap^en armi and 
ftajLAed en ta ani^ elaiA, Our "teawn" hoL 
Ixeen luult la &tranq that net eimn 
gradualien ioill end mir ip^iril 
and eLeAjeneAA. lOe haae Im^ed lo^^idnq. 
uuth g^Hi and thank. y mi for iimir 
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October 10, 2000 - OctoSer 13, 2000 , .. 
^ Spirit Weeifor tfie students at T"^ 

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afso Iqwum asfreaf^day, ivfiere everyone dressed up in costumes far 

usuaCscfu)o[ attire. Thursday's TziHn (Day was a popular nezv a 

^eel<^ giving everyone a reason to catieach other before c^ 

clothes. Friday, the tradition of(B[ue and QoCd 

day zvas continued, and even Mr. Condon bro/(e ^ 

into the spirit of homecoming to the envy of every , 

one of us who always wanted to pu^ off the ioofyfie 

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fiddonThirsdatj, Octo6erl2,2000 
zvas an overwhetming success. 
Salad and pizza attracted over 
one Hundred and two guests to the 
three fiour dinner, maiqng it a 
zuonderfuCprecursorto thepep ratty 
and homecoming game that 
jottowedin the ne?(t two days... 




Tfie 2000 homecoming Tep !J(atty was held this year on 

October 13th. Hosted By crowd favorites Mr Siddiqui and 

J !Ms. Carrara, the ratty, heid outdoors for the first time since 

\ 199^, was a great success. A cartwheeCing Ms, Carrara 

' opened the show, which 

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• 9^tionaC Anthem by the Senior Choir, as wettas a tremendous ij>^ \ 
formance by the VHqng Marching 'Barui: Led by T>mm Major, ' "-, ^^ .1 
zanne!rerrett-Lod(e, the baruC entertained the student body zvith a ^^ 
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festivities of tfieraOxf, The. 

freshmen Coof^ed to 

chssmate CfteryC Lynch for 

a humorous interpretation 

ofMaryCatfienne Qaiiager 

andher antics, 9Amnwfttk, 

the Sofhomores' scene j-- 

featured 'J^urt T,nge[(9{icl^ 

'Williams) and a dance from 

thefihn '''Bring it Om'^TheiueCC-received Junior Class s^tfeaturedMatt 

Qayk, H^i/an 'Brodericf^ fMi'^e McCarthy, Sfuizm 'White, and the Sachem 
Cheerleaders as 9^[^fy^ performing '"Bye, 'Bye, 'Bye" lopping it aU off was the Senior Class slqt (featuring 'Erin 
SHeppard) zufiich outlined the many components neccessary for a true Homecoming sk^t. 

Later, it was the cheerleaders' turn to shine as the organizers of the day's 
events. They raised the students' spirits By performing a preview of the routines 
to follow on Homecoming 'Day. The cheerleaders then revealed the winner of the 
Spirit Linf^s competition. The Seniors Seat out the underclassmen tvinning top 
position, folbwed By the 'freshmen, Juniors, and Sophomores respectiveHy. Soon 
after, Mr. Siddiaui arui Ms. Carrara closed the show, But this was onhj the 

weekend's 
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October 14, 2000, 9{omecomin£ ^ay, was the 

Cmimtion of TfB!H5's week, of activities. 1:00 TM 

lugfit the parade, andivitfi it afuCC day of nonstop 

Hon. After the judging of thefioats, everyone piCed 

to tfie stadium for the Vikjngs' footS ait game against 

z 9A.iddteboro Sachems. 1^ first half of the game 

med out to Be quite e7(citing for T/B fans as they too/^ a 21-0 lead over the 9A.iddteboro Sachems. %^vin 

c'Dermott played a (<^y rote in this tead, scoring three touchdowns for the home team. 9iatftme brought routines 
the 'East (Bridgewater and Middkboro cheerCeading squads. In addition, the resuCts of the 2000 f [oat 

^petition were announced and the Jreshman cCass of 2004, Cedby Mme. QiCCespie eagerly accepted its trophy. 

0\[e7(t came the introduction of the Homecoming %i.ng. 
Queen, and court. 7?^ nominees (pictured on page 8) were 
chosen by their peers in the Senior class a wee/^prior to the 
event. JAfter having completed individual interviews and 
evaluation sheets during spirit week^ they tookjto the tracks 
for announcement of the winners. This year's Homecoming 
J(ing was Joe J^rost, while the title ofQjieen went to 'Erin 
Sheppard. The action continued to the second half of the 
football game where another tremendous effort gave the 
Vilqngs a35 - overall victory. The victory celebration 
continued into the night at the Homecoming 'Dance, put on 
by the Class of 2001. Attracting 429 guests, the dance was 
a delightful way to end a wedk^of Homecoming Jun. 




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The Page of Lost Numbers... 

Have you ever done a math problem where you have a 35 in one line ami then i}i the ;;< ' ote down a 

5 instead??? If you have, then you have lost a tnimher. Where do these numbers yo? What do theif dt' hey beconw 

los ' ' luse numbers are people too, we thou;^hl that they mi;^ht try to come back and contribute to the La^l Hrid^^ewater 
Hign :}Lnool community in some other way. Well, we went looking for them and we found them in sonw of the stran^^est 
places. Take a look for yo!t'-,-!f, and try not to lose anymore numbers, you ufi^rr I tu>;r -rhrrr flu'M mi^^ht show up... 



Besides being the square of 75, 
which, by the way, is 5 to the 
fourth times 3 squared when 
broken down into its prime 
factorization, this is also the 
number of photographs that went 
ttutmgh d\e hands of the yearbook 
staff. From these 5625, we chose 
only 34 squared, or 1156, of these 
to be published in the 2001 edition 
of ttie Torch. Just imagine the 
gold mine we are still sitting on... 
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"The Reason we are late is because we had to walk all the way from the back parking lot." This is said 
time and time again to Mrs. Hill and Mrs. DeMarco in the main office each morning, but the truth is that 
there are only 135 steps between the 
Senior Section of the Student Pa rking 
Lot and the back doors. There are 
actually more steps from the cafeteria 
to Ms. Carlson's room. The way- 
students talk about it you would 
think that the back parking lot is 
located somewhere in between 
Nepal and China. Regardless, one 
thing is certain, the trip back to the 
parking lot after school is much 
shorter than the walk to the school 
building in the morning. 




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That is the number of slices of pizza that the high school 
cafeteria staff served up during the 2000-2001 school 
year. Since each piece of pizza is approximately 6 inches 
long, if we laid them out next to each other the pizza 
would circle around the track 5.8 times. If die cafeteria 
staff maintained that average of pizza production for 
each of ihe years tiiat Ms. Kraemer (NOYOS: 34) has 
taught, die pizza would cover almost 41 miles. 



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77,766 d.iys iiiilil Ilu- C'kiss ol 2001 will In- 
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tftat the girls and boys cross 
ined since they started their 
country season. This is the 
»ton and back 147 times. If -J 
trs were to do this by 
, ^ ined Forrest Gump on 
d States and back, and then 

t, and still have 993 miles left over! Of course, it is not just the 
— . runners on the cross country team that have 

!•. been logging in the miles. Coaches McCabe 

and Crean contribute as well. Mr.Creanhas 
added at least 40 or 50 miles just by getting 
Mr. McCabe his daily coffee. All of this hard 
work payed off as the Boys Team won tfie 
Eastern Massachsetts Championship and 
ttxen finished second at the state meet 

EASTERN 

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Ni>t jiisf l.irrv Bird's retired jei^vN inuiii 

number of fldgs thot tire honi^ing from the coiling in room 

Ml, the ckissroom i or the past Ih 

\Otirs Mr. Illsk'V lids seen ms hmui lum v^mw . HoofeoilIM 

h.is .Thv.ns h.id .i flag of The United States, but iiis firsl 

Ion ofThe Soviet Union; itwos given tc liim 

students in U)87. His newest .iddition, the Hag 

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East Bridgenfoter High School 
t4o Crazier Place to Learn 




Life at East Bridgewater High School can be extremely dull from 
time to time. Come on, admit it, there have been some times 
in the past where you probably wish that you had been some 
place else. But before you go on about how far away the 
student parking lot is, or how early 7:30 am is, or how you 
can't even pee because the bathrooms are locked, consider 
this. . . Where else but East Bridgewater High School 

could you assemble the 

pictures that we have 

put together here on this 

page. First there are the 

Benecchi's, Are they 

loud? Yes. Are they 

Obnoxious? Absolutely. 

But, are they family? 

Most definitely. Then 

there is the Coolest Junior Alive, Chester 

Miller the Third. At any time you might find 

him whaling away on his golden horn. And 

we can't forget Mr. Crean, Social Studies 





j^ Teacher extraordinaire and what appears to be 

^ ' Defender of all Deli products everywhere. Next we 

move to the creatures doing their math and The 

Great Pumpkin Joe Frost. Can you believe the things 

that students will do to draw attention to themselves? 

Not to be outdone, Mr. Ferrell-Locke decided to go 

for a swim, but when he started 

drowning, it was up to The Calculus 

Class to save him. Meanwhile, next 

door in Mr. Illsley's room, Charlie 

Pereira and Debbie Duncan were 

deciding the fate of the free world. 

After all that activity, it is no wonder 

that Principal Kelly needed to take a 

nap at the end of the day. So the next 

time you are about to bash good old 

East Bridgewater High School, think 

about all the things that you are 

exposed to here that definitely don't 

happen anywhere else. 




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tELL uou that uou nEECLEa to oEt a LirE: ^ Well, ituciEnti nEXE at clJic^<:^ oie 
qEttincj a urE in a ijia cuau. ci/fi if aaaaEmici, atnLEtici ana tliE nuniETOUi artEX 
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Tha eecond annual faculty etudent basketball ^ame 
wae held on April 6, 2001. Four teams of students battled 
each otherforthe ri^htto play against thefaculty in a sure- 
to-be basketball extravaganza. Some team made up of a 
bunch of crybabies won the student tournament and then 
played the old teachers. Defore the charr\p\oneh\p (^ame wae 
held, the faculty scrimmaged each other in a fine display of 
what not to do when your body is too old to do the things 
that it used to be able to do. Coached by "\A/in-or-^o-home" 

Punphy and "If you lose, I will kill you!" 

Lucier, the two faculty 

tea ms were too eca red to 

lose. Mr. Crean wae the 

hi^hli^ht of the evening. 

Why, you ask?? \Neare 

not q^uite sure, but 

every time hetookthe 

floor we all heard 

screaming. So he 

must have been a real 

crowd favorite. Mr. 

g'urkett tackled all 







comere and played very a^i^reee'we defenee, becauee if he didn't, liis oldar 

brother, Mr. iucler wae ^oin^ to l<ill liim. Cute little Mr. Charette made a half 

court ehot, that really dldnt matter becauee hie team 6t\ll LOST! Ooodforhlm. 

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Lock-in t-shirts that were donated by Mr. 
fi^Sj^ Key Club. Good for them. The student team 
_ ^^ Ryan's awesome basketball skills, especially 
^^^^ team L05T TOO! Congratulations to all the 
^^^^ for not keeling over dead. That was a real 
^m accomplishment for all of them. Weare^lad 
Jm that the faculty survived and that they were 
^^ willing to participate. Mr. Kinsman looks like an 
^^ idiot in the picture to the left (HA HA HA). 




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Front Row: Suzanne Ferrell-Locke, Nichole Doolin. Second Row: Ryan Doolin, Sara Gates, Ashley Schmuck, Denise 
Folloni, Haruka Ogawa, Katie Wood, Meghan Luciano, Kelly Zani, Samantha Jenness. Third Row: Brian Hanson, 
Heather Kelly, Allyson Smith, Evan Dunn, Jiajia Chen, Nicole Meighan, Stephanie Fonzo. Fourth Row: Jeremy Vovsko, 
Romara Pearsull, Chester Miller, Phil Woolf, Steve O'Neil, Meghan Wood, Erin Brosnihan, Nicole Hanson, Cat Nadeau, 
Jared Burrell, Ryan Coyne, Sarah Gregory-Barton. Fifth Row: Aaron Bush, Justin Bois, Shawn Desmond, Ed Perry, Phil 
Perry, Paul Folloni, Dan Gouthro, Andrea Fortier. 





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A tradition held for many years with much respect 
had its final and most successful outcome in the year 2000. 
Mme. Gillespie' s French III class held their annual French 
Wedding ceremony this past spring. It was the highlight 
of a month long study of French society and wedding 
customs. The theme of the wedding was "Fleurs du Jardin 
de Luxemburg" to coincide with the Spring festival in 
Paris. The celebration was held in the library, which was 

beautifully transformed into a 
candlelit garden. Seniors 
Karissa Carey and Phillip Perry 
had the roles of the bride and groom and composec 
their own vows in French. The remainder of th( 
class performed the roles of witnesses, mayor 
clergy and photographers. Stephanie Safko sang i 
French aria and Mr. Dan Lasdow and Senior Jarec 
Burrell provided trumpet music to add to th( 
authenticity of the event. In France, the weddins 
ceremony is slightly different. 
As required by French law, the 
marriage is first celebrated at 
the mayor's office in the 
presence of two witnesses. At 
the end of the civil ceremony, 
the newly wed couple must sign 
the "Hvret de famille," a document that remains in the 
family for centuries. The religious ceremony takes place 
later that day or the next day. it is a much more solemn 
occasion. 

This event was not the first for East Bridgewater 
High School. Mme. Gillespie has been teaching this 




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QofFrench Society and wedding customs for 14 years. She 

nented at tlie completion of the event that this was the most 

:ssful wedding she had ever taught. The students, very 

1 of their production, thoroughly enjoyed the whole process 

vere honored to participate in the end of a wonderful 

ion. 

Various classes attended a reception following the 

lony. The authenticity was further enhanced when Seniors 
Heather Driscoll, Karissa Carey and 
Brighid Lynch worked long and hard on 
making cream puffs to create what the 

French see as a "Wedding Cake." The French stack cream puff 
upon cream puff until the tower is high enough to feed the 
multitude of guests. The class also purchased a giant cake from 
BJ's to add to the amount of delicious food. 

Another important role in the process of the French 
wedding is the Multi-media classes of Mr. Nick Paone. Senior 

r* ^1 Brad Bishop, a member of the French III class, did the final 
^ editing of the filmed ceremony. Mr. Paone's help was greatly 
appreciated by Mme. Gillespie and her entire class. 
French III worked long and 
3n every aspect of this wedding, 
class would like to thank 
'one involved in the success of 
■oduction, most especially, Mrs. 
ara Gillespie, also known as 
imc, for all the time and effort 
luts into every project she docs 
le students of East Bridgcwater 
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/, Stefanie U^dHugfi, leave the song to Tracy Moore and^hieigh 
'Moore. 

I, Lindsay iMateiro, leave !J(ei(a Sangster alt oj the stinky farm 
memories and a friendship that loiiitast forever, and to Lacey Loughtin, 
a jacket for school insurance because it's great. 





Rensselaer Math & Science Medal 
Kimberly Allison 



/; Lacey Loughlin, leave Lindsay Mateiro the Brochure for school 
insurance Because it's great. 

I, Tur/^ey, leave my hairs to 'E.'B.for malqng every Body sneeze. 

I, iHetha iH'etha 'Driscoll, leave my trac^star energy and attitude to 
Lauren 'J(usso and the rest of my trac^chicas! 

I, Mark Jerioli, leave my car to ^Austin lieno, Because if a grain ofsai 
hits his car, he will instantly die. 

I, Sarah (Jregory-'Barton, Bequeath ^elga andOlga to 9{icole Meighai 
Because she meds them. 



'ristin C[arl<:^ leave Andi/ Warner his sweatsfiirts ancfsoc/^s so fie 

00 to scfwoffuffy clothed, and to ^effy 1{indone and^imee 
(jner, I leave the Iqwwledge and carelessness that senior year 
tires. And to everyone left at "BBHS, I leave my love. Havefunl 

'listen 9(endricl^ leave Connolly the privilege to choose an 
erclassman to ta^ my place in our locl<:er room "fights. " 

ourtney 'MacomSer, leave my driver's education school to Tina, 
'Berrio, and slqns. 

amela 'DeiAngelo, leave my little sister, %imberly, the love, 
ence, and Iqndness that she has given to me to help her through 

1 school as she has helped me, and to 'Mr. Crean, I say, '"Don't 
ry, Se happy!" 

pri 'Berardi, leave Austin lieno a smacl<^in the Sacl<iofthe head 
a Sag of frosted animal cracl<:ers so he zvill forever remember our 
•Res together, and to Jen H^msey a shower, a microphone, and the 
ic to the Muppet (BaSies theme song. 

(ichelle O'Loughlin, leave Casey 0"Brien a Sag of pretzels, Secause 
'4JZV how much she loves the "pretzel tric^ " 

ficl<iSweeney, leave my censored version of Top Qun to 'Emily- 
le Tatt, Secause she is too innocent to Se watching the uncensored 
ion and I, the Sweeper, leave my favorite dress to !Mil<iaela, 
luse itproSaSly covers more than hers. 




I, Mif^ela Anderson, leave my Old Spice (Deodorant to the 
Sweeper so that he will at least smell li(<;e a man. 

I, IQ-mSerly Allison, leave to Mr. Taone a red mop to 
rememSer me Sy, and to Suzanne 'Jerrell- Locke and 'Emily- 
Anne 'Patt, I will a Senior 'Jear as awesome as mine. 



I, Meghan (KpsenSerg, leave 
my mad ups to Ashleigh 
Moore Secause she 



desperately needs them. 




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<BHS-TAkEs A 

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After a fun-filled four hour bus ride, this year's participants in the 
annual trip to New York City, hosted by Madame Gillespie and Mr. 
Illsley, filed off of the bus into the city that never sleeps. The day's 
activities included star-gazing at the museum of natural history, a 
shopping spree on the famed Fifth Avenue, and a jaunt to the awe- 
inspiring Times Square. Then the group proceeded to the skyscraping 
Empire State Building where they witnessed the most breathtaking 
view of the day. As in all past years, the trip was a great success 
enjoyed by all who attended. Thank you Madame and Mr. Illsley! 






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Many may call them leaders of America. Others may 
; to differ. Either way, nineteen young women and nine 
ing men took the challenge to attend Girls' or Boys' 
te during the summer of 2000. 

While Boys' State was stimulating to a students' 
Dbic and cardiovascular needs. Girls' State tended 
)olitical knowledge and the many ways of being a 
per lady. While the boys of Boys' State did learn 

ways of the government in a mock town 
ing, they also enjoyed mandatory recreation 
e. Meanwhile, the girls of Girls' state ate, 
Dt, breathed, and sang government. With 
istant choir rehearsals and non-stop dress up time, 

girls truly felt like women for a week. Girls' State 
minated in an induction ceremony for Anna Banana and the rest 
ler administration, as well as a talent show in which each town or city 
ticipated. All in all. Girls' and Boys' State provided a foundation for the future 
Jers of America... and the bus ride home wasn't bad either! 





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30 These are the Times to Sfliember 




Staying in the school 24 hours a day. that is 
ry student" s "'dream'". The lock-in was the closest 
lela DeAngelo and her hard working Key Club 
Id come to fulfilling the wishes of many. 

The Key Club started with distributions of 
;s and prizes in the auditorium. Each student was 
en a fun 
eked 
erary that 
ild prove 
DC fun for 
After Mr. 
Cabe, Mr. 
[field, Mr. 
ly and our 
ning star 
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aela were 
shed, the 
began, 
h a dance 
light long, 
vie rooms 
h many 

Ties such as Disney, and the crazy 80' s and food 
eed an army, the scholarship lock-in was "jolly 
dfun!". 

The Key Club should be given much praise 
all their hard work and dedication. The lock-in 
ed over $ 1 5,500 providing scholarships for many 
iors looking for all the cash they can obtain for 
r upcoming college years. Staying in school 
might was once a dream held by all. It has been 
"illed by a commendable group of people. 







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Through these doors pass th 
world's best students/' 



In the cold early months of winter, thn 
extraordinary young men graced the halls of Ea 
Bridgewater High School. Abraham Mun, Jac( 
Majok, and James Akuet came from a contine 
where they had been running from turmoil most 
their lives. These three boys and one other, Samu 
Mun (Abraham's nephew) who attends Gordc 
Mitchell Middle School, left: on foot from their hon 
country of Sudan where war feasted on their land ar 
people. These four courageous young men walki 
through the sweltering heat of Kenya. Abrahar 
Jacob, James and Samuel resided in a refugee camp in Kenya for several years before boarding an airplai 
for the United States. 

h is hard enough being the new kid in school. Imagine entering a school not only without ai 
friends but lacking the knowledge of the culture around you. Their culture in Africa was so differe 
from that of the United States. James, Jacob, Abraham, and Samuel shared these differences with Ea 
Bridgewater at a welcome reception given to them by East Bridgewater High School's AFS. They al 
shared their journey, their struggles, their desire to learn our culture, and desire to make frienc 
However, it is those that encounter and befriend these brave young men that learn the most. 







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Qettysburg. Wfiile many of the travelers chose to use 
the eight-hour ride as an e?(tended nap time, others 
chose to further their understanding of ait things 
historical by chatting with chaperones Mr. Crean and 
Mr. Santos about the origins of each song on the 
'"Beatles 1 " album blasting on the stereo. 'Whichever 
way the club members chose to pass the time, each and 
every one was willing to ta/(e time out to enjoy the amazing chocolate chip coolqes supplied by % 
Santos. 

Sunday, 'Jebruary 18, 2001. 4:15^9^: While wandering the visitor center of the Qettysb\ 

battlefield, 9A.r. Crean met some of the brave soldiers who fought the war, and decided to give tf, 
a little tip for a job well done. 



— Monday, 'Jebruary 19, 2001. l:OaPM:^fivdi 
tour of the Qettysburg battlefield reached a close 
the ViriginiaMonument erected in memory of H^t 
£. Lee, hero of the Confederacy. Jrom this stari 
point, the club wasgiven — 

^ie chance to e?(perience' 
j£e size of the battlefield 

by wallqng the entire 

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Sunday, !Fe6ruaryl8, 2001. l:3aPM: 

One of the first sites visited Sy the cfuS upon its arrimf in 
(jettysSurg zvas the fargest of the batttefetd memorials, the 
Pennsylvania Monument. Txich of the panels running around the 
Base of the monument represents an individual unit of soldiers, each 
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12:00fFM: The History Club 
posed atop the giant rocks of 
Devil's Den, one of the 
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home. 'Mr. Crean tooki ^^ ^^- 
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to '£% Ma, mth a final arrival time 
hours and 45 minutes. Allinall, the^^ 
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Sports 37 






The boys track team proved to have an oustanding yec 
claiming the Patriot League champions title. They had ninetei 
consecutive wins over a two-year period, which emcompasse 
two Patriot League titles and several individual honors. Leadir 
the team were senior captains Scott Viscardi, Doug Colbur 
Dave Nilson, Mark Margarit, and Kevin Dixon. Stror 
contributions were made by underclassmen as well, includij 
Kevin McDermott, Corey Casey, T.J. Smith, Shawn Whit 
Dennis Sheppard, DeanLucier, and Matt White. Dennis Sheppai 
and Kevin McCabe also made new freshmen records. Tf 
Vikings look foward to another strong season with mar 
talented athletes returning. 




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1999 (Boys Tracl^^cord 



ibington 34 

)uxbury 40 
Randolph 39 
Scituate381/3 
Hinghan 41 
Rockland 52 
Mashpee 58 
Middleboro 11 
Plymouth-North 33 



Vikings 102 
Vikings 96 
Vikings 97 
Vikings 97 2/3 
Vikings 95 
Vikings 84 
Vikings 78 
Vikings 125 
Vikings 103 





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Front Row: Brighid Lynch, Briis Wile 
Marisa Rindone, Sarah Rodricks, Kelh 
Cobb, Andrea Mallett, Lyndsay Signori 
Nicole Gill, Cheryl Peloso, Stacey Holland 
Katie Belmore, Jill Smith, Second Row 
^ Colleen Lynch, Katie Corthell, Heathei 
Driscoll, Pam DeAngelo, Jessica Zahka 
' Maura Gardner, Nicole Mauger, Karissa 
~ Carey, Tarah Martell, Erin Kenney, Jessie. 
Thursten, Third Row: Leanne LeBlanc 
Kristen Morrissey, Abbey Haines, Laur. 
\_ Buckley, Sara Moukalled, Holly Runnals 
Lauren Russo, Nicole Beddia, Sumnei 
K Flynn, Jen Harlow, Fourth Row: Coacl 
r* Paul Jordan, Samantha Robertson, Leanni 
S, Ring, Jill Almon, Katie Findlay, Sony.i 
|>^ Pawlyshyn, Allison Cobb, Coach John 
■ ' -im Davidson 



Girls Spring Track and Field 2000 ran with maximun 
velocity, threw with ultimate force and jumped with supremi 
strength this season. It took not only physical ability hut ah 
the determination and will of the whole team to give their 
and a whole lot more to earn the Girls Patriot League 20i 
Champion title. All the girls were put up to challenges at a 
the meets whether they won against an opposing team membt 
or surpassed their personal record. Without a doubt, Scitua 
was a meet that will be remembered forever. As the last eve 
began, the score was neck and neck, drawing both teams to t 
discus area in search of front row seats to witness the outcor) 
of the most difficult meet of the season. Sarah Rodrick 
Karissa Carey, and Nicole Gill took first, second and thir 
respectively. The discus sweep had given the Lady Vikings t\ 







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led the Vikings over the top for a hard-earned victory. Andrea 

lett, Kelly Cobb, Nicole Gill, and Lyndsay Signori led the 

I zfeated girls' team in their successful season. The Lady Vikings 

s had five All-Stars this season: Andrea Mallett, Lyndsay Signori, 

I'lh Rodricks, Nicole Mauger, and Karissa Carey. 



X East Bridg«wat«r 104 

^^ East BridgQwater 71 

' _ East Bridgewater 98 

East Bridgewater 97 

East Bridg«water 71 

East Bridg«water 92 

East Bridgewater 104 

East Bridg«water 107 

East Bridgewat«r 83 

East Bridgewater 107 





Plymouth North 32 

ScituatQ < ~ 

Hingham 

Middleboro 

Brockton i 

Rockland 

Mashpee 

Randolph 

Duxbary 

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The 2000 baseball season was not as successful as the Vikings 
would have hoped. It can, however, be considered a positive learning 
experience for the young players who will carry the team the next year, 
With an overall record of 7-13, the Vikings did not meet their goal of the 
state tournament. 

With Coach Cronin out for a large part of the season, assistant 
coaches Eric Martin, David Pierce, and 
Patrick Kingman stepped up to share their 
extensive baseball knowledge with the team 
for the season. Meanwhile seniors Matt 
Singleton, Dave Capuzzo, Matt Monteiro, 
and Kevin McNeil helped to provide strong 
leadership on the field. 

One of the greatest wins for the 
Vikings came against a strong Abington 
team during an April tournament. Other 
important wins for the team came against 
Scituate, Abington, Mashpee, and Randolph. 

Although dissatisfied with this year's 
season, the Viking baseball team is ready for next year's season, as is their 
coach, who is looking forward to seeing the development of his young 
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Front Row: David Pierce, Tiffany Joslyn, Tim Foster, Mark Robillard, Derek Volner, 
Sean Fidele, Joe Daggett, Chris Barton, Back Row: Coach David Pierce, Coach Patrick 
Cronin, Ted Phillips, Matt Monteiro, Kevin McNeil, Rob Andrews, Kevin Luddy, Matt 
Singleton, David Capuzzo, Coach Eric Martin 



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tt Row: Dave Kendrick, Dan Joughin, Paul Mann, Tom Hansbury, Chris Hall, Geoff 
h. Back Row: Coach Kingman, Greg HUl, Jason Baldec, Bobby Roxburgh, Sal Longo, 
' lert Doherty, Matt Costello, Jake Perkins, Joe Lauzon, Josh Goulston, Dave Heeps. 





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K B 10 


Randolph 


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Scituate 2 


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Hingham 6 


KB 8 


Abington 4 


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Middleboro 10 


EB2 


Carver 5 


KB 5 


Rockland 10 


EB8 


Randolph 4 


K B 10 


Scituate 7 


KB 6 


Hingham 7 


KB 5 


Mashpee 6 


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Middleboro 10 


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Mashpee 3 


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For tine past four years, th 
girls' Softball team has earne 
a play-off birth. Last year wa 
no different. With the Viking 
finishing with an overall recor 
of 1 7-5 , and a league record ( 
1 0-2 , they sat in second plac 
in the Patriot League for th 
second year in a row. Led b 
senior captains Michell 
Cohen, Katelyn Volner, an 
Erin FoUoni, The Viking 
knocked off league rivals, th 
Middleboro Sachems by 
score of 2-0. 

Offensively, the Viking 
relied on seniors Erin Follor 
Colleen Prout, Katelyn Volne 
and Michelle Cohen. They le 
the team with their bats, an 
the other Vikings contribute 
to the team's success. Tl" 
Viking defense was a stror 



one, lead by pitcher Michelle Cohen and catcher Katelyn Volner, both who 
represented East Bridgewater at last years' All-Star game, along with Erin 
Folloni and Colleen Prout. 

With all the effort put in by the team and by Coach Michael Dunph\ , 
the Vikings were granted a home game in last year's state tournament. With 
a\ strong defensive showing by all the girls, the Vikings defeated the 
Wellesley Raiders by a score of 9-1 . which also gave the Vikings another 



home game. Sadly, the 
Wareham team 3-2. but 
all. 

Next 
Viking 
captains 
McHugh, 
and 

K r i s t e n 
Kendrick. 
as they 
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Vikings were defeated by a strong 
not without a valiant effort made by 

season is looking bright for the 
Softball team, who will be led by 
Meghan Rosenberg, Stefanie 





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Team as Esoodl 



Abington 4 
East Bridgewater 2 
Randolph 3 
East Bridgewater 16 
East Bridgewater 15 
Norton 6 

East Bridgewater 2 
East Bridgewater 1 
East Bridgewater 14 
East Bridgewater 5 
East Bridgewater 4 
East Bridgewater 8 
East Bridgewaterl4 
East Bridgewater 6 
East Bridgewater 16 
East Bridgewater 2 
East Bridgewater 4 
East Bridgewater 2 
Middleboro 6 
East Bridgewater 3 
East Bridgewater 9 
Wareham 3 



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Duxbury 

East Bridgewater 

Scituate ^jf^^ 

Hingham 2 

East BridgewatM^, 

Middleboro ^^®^' 

Rockland 

Mashpee 

Harwich 

Randolph 

Scituate 

Rockland 3 

Mashpee 

Hingham 3 

Duxbury 

Mansfield 1 

Abington 

East Bridgewater 

Mansfield 2 

Welles ley 1 

East Bridgewater 2 



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The 2000 spring Jennie Team hae under(^one, 
eeaeon flWed with many newtraneltione. After biddin 
a fond fareweW to ]999'e recently (graduated capta\}^i 
returning coach Danielle Chapman welcomed four ne\ 






mt Kow: Lauren 5heppard, Rachel Fooler, Jessica Yurkins, Nicole Mei^lnan, Lara 
tti, Kim CeAn^elo, Pliyilis Tuitt. Second Kow: Tiffany Overstreet, Emily Simpson, 
1 Nguyen, Jen Ramsay, Morialn PInillips, Allison Smith {Capt). 5ack Kow: Angela 
ondo, Me^an Walden, Erin 6heppard (Capt), Kim Allison [Capt], 3r\anne 3a\rd, 
me Tressel {Capt), Coach Danielle Chapman. 



tains: eenlore Kim Allison and Erin 6heppard and juniors Jaimg Trasssl and Allison Smith. 
team also welcomed first year assistant coach Kristy. The year 2000 brought changes 
he player lineup as well: first and second singles \N&ve played by Kim Allison and Allison 
ith respectively. Third singles often featured Erin 3heppard, Jaime Tressel, Van Nguyen, 
Jen Ramsay, while first and eecond doubles were rotated amon^ all other players. Overall, 
team put forth a tremendous effort that led to many members winning their individual 



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the team within a 2 to 5 striking distance. Matches against 

team its only overall victory of the season. They may not have 

League charts this year, but with the promise of new courts at 

for the 2001 season, the 

team hopes to add some 

e>ctra practice time that 

them up in the ranks. 



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hoc I Tennis 
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The eight warriors 
emerged from the dust, 
one warrior princess. Each 
with their mighty weapons in 
hand. They swing these weapons, 
imagining crushing the enemy. Their 
leader cries out "AAAaaaAAAaaal" 

3rrior Brian shushes warrior Dylan, 
rriors Nate and Matt ^ng their battle 
chant "Mock-ya-Bird-ya." The princess warrior 
:es no one of her own race or gender. Wha 
[ht these mighty warriors be? Why, it's the 
gojjf team, of course! ' ^ 

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Front Row; Nate May Second Ro%'\ 
;o right): Chris White&njim Qi 
Heather Silva. M.itt VVou4 Eric Johi 
Justin Hastings, Mike Tupper 

Silva, Grayson "Acura" Bui 

Mike "the; mother €»f all woi 

Tupper, ChHs "gals, mustani 

McDonald's" Whiteman, Bri _ 

Curly, and the cookst alternj 

Hanra%, and David Ken£ick. We were 

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The boys cr0s9<:ountry 
team completed its most 
successful season ever. The team 
exceeded expectations with big wins at 
}he Peter Jewel Invitational, Bay State 
Invitational Meet, Hockomock Invitational, and 
its first ever Eastern Mass State Championship. The 
season was topped off by placing second at the All- 
State championship meet where the team received a 
much cox^ted "Finalist" trophy. The boys team holds 
the school record with 19 consecutive wins. Captains 
Shawn White and TJ Smith led the team at the All 
League Meet where the Vikings swept the first five 
places and won the meet overall with a perfect score 
of 15. Sophomore Dennis Sheppard and junior Shawn 
White received Enterprise All^cholastic honors. All 
ofthei top seven runners frofffbowere elected League 
All stars. Being a young team, everyone is coming 
back and the future looks brighter than ever. The girls 
team also worked very*hard this season. Beginning 
again as the smallest team at EBHS, the team of seven 
recruited German wqflder-woman, Janine Arslin to 
make a solid eight for the Lady Vikings. Wins were 
hard to come by with a 3-8 record, yet the girls never 
gave up. Persistence Is a word that can summarize 
their whole season. Improvements were made all 
year; the girls broke personal best records throughout 
the season. The girls are commended for their 
maintained effort and positive attitude under the 
leadership of captains Katie Belmore and Pamela 
DeAngelo. The belief that Coach McCabe and Coach 
Crean had in the girls held the team together. Although 
it is true that running makes you sexy, there is a lot 
more that makes both teams run with a passion and 
commitment. 






Norton '^ 

Abington 

Rockland 

Randolph 

Hanover ^ 

West Bridgewater 

Mashpee 

Scituate 

Coyle Cassidy 

Hingham 

Middleboro 

MIAA All State 

Division IV Class 

State Meet 

Hockomock 

Ivitational 

Peter Jewel 

Apponequet 

League Meet 

Bay State 

Catholic 

Memorial 



1st Place 
1st Place 
1st Place 

2nd Place 



5th Place 



Sports 51 






After years of 
5tru^0lin^, the 2000 6occer 
5eaeon turned out to be a 
eeaeon to remember for the 
Vikings. It has been twelve 
\on0 \/eare since the Vikings last went to the tournament. To put that ir 
perspective, most of the players were more Interested in wato\\\nq^ 3ig B' 
than scoring goals when the last eoccer ec\uad wae vying for a tournamt 
position. Coming Into the season, the seniors were determined to make si 
that at least one of the eoccer teams that played during their Ea 
3r\d<^ewater5chool career made it to the promised land of the Massachuset 
State Tournament, from their first game, a night game against Scitua 
that the Vikings dominated and won easily 7-0, to their last game, a 0-2 lo 
to Mansfield the soccer team played with heart and determination that h 
not been present for a long, long time. The team's strong 11-5-3 record w 
enough togivethem the best finish in school history. Theyalso finished seco 





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■he Patriot League and clinched a tournament berth for only the 

ond time in school history. 

t Thisyear'steam was led byseven seniors, including captains Joe 

^st, Tom Hansbury, Jesse Conant, and Eric Johnson. They provided 

^ ded leadership to a youn^ and inexperienced team. Due to the lack 

I layers, nojunior varsity team existed, so many underclassmen were 

I :ed to step up to the varsity level rather q^uickiy. The team also had 

itronq representation in the All-Star (^arae with Joe Frost, Tom 

hsbury, Dan Joughin, and Chne barton competing. 

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I ck out during the season. First, Joe Frost scored his 100^^ career 

\\\ in the 2-2 game against Whitman-Hanson. Overall, he had ar] 

i -standing eeaeon as the best eoccer player that EBH5 has ever 

:n. He proved that he deserved this title by twice tallying 5 goals in 

ingle game. Secondly, Tom Hansbury was a strong goalie for the 

5t 3ridgewater team, managing 5 shutout victories. Lastly, the 

im proudly defeated their coach in the a\urr\r\\ qarY\e with a hard- 

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Rachel Pooler, Nicole Beddia, Sara Moukalled, Ashley Niland, Haley Wile, Kris 
Morrissey. Third Row: Ashleigh Moore, Erin Kenney, Danielle Morrissey, Nic 
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After losing eight seniors from the previous year, the girls soccer te 
faced the 2000 season with some skepticism, as did coach Bill Mau^ 
However, with the leadership and optimism of six returning seniors, along w 
major contributions from underclassmen, the girls prevailed and proved th 
success once again with an impressive record of 11-4-1. Captains Ka 
Corthell, Nicole Mauger, and Danielle Morrissey led the team to the secc 
round of the state tournament after an outstanding game against Fairhav 
defeating them 4-1. Senior Stefanie McHugh and sophomore Ashleigh Mo( 
scored two goals apiece which enabled them to advance in the tourname 
Another highlight of the season included the rival game against Rockland. E 
Bridgewater was able to knock them out of first place in the league, tying 1 

The foundation of the girls soccer team stood behind goalkeeper E 
Kenney, who ALWAYS kept everyone 
aware of her exceptional communication C 
skills! Leading the league in scoring, ft 
Nicole Mauger was a huge asset to the 
team also being recognized as a Boston 
Globe All-Scholastic and an All-State 
all-star. Representing East Bridgewater 
in the league, Danielle Morrissey, Nicole 
Mauger, junior Nicole Beddia, and 
sophomore Ashleigh Moore were all 
chosen as Patriot League all-stars. 

With the hard work, effort, and 
spirit ol each individual girl, the team 
became unified and went farther this 
season than anyone ever expected. 




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East Bridgewater 7 Brockton 1 ' 

East Bridgewater 7 Randolph 0^ ' 

East Bridgewater 3 Scituate 1 ^ 

East Bridgewater 2 Hingham 3 

ist Bridgewater 6 Middleboro 2 s 

East Bridgewater 1 Rockland 3 

East Bridgewater 4 Mashpee 1 

East Bridgewater 8 Brockton 1 ' 

East Bridgewater 6 Randolph 1 

East Bridgewater 4 Scituate 2 / 

East Bridgewater Hingham 1 '^ 

East Bridgewater 4 Middleboro 

East Bridgewater 1 Rockland 1 1 

East Bridgewater 3 Mashpee 

East Bridgewater 4 Plymouth South 3 

East Bridgewater 4 Fairhaven 1 

East Bridgewater 1 Holliston 3 



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lahan, Danielle Beddia, Leanne Ring, Jenna Fluke, Nicole Meigan, Julie Riley, 
:ia Johnson, Lindsay Hamilton. Third Row: Allison Smith, Maureen McManus, 
liey Umbrianna, Rebecca Horan, Jamie Tressel, Lauren Nadolny, Kim McHugh. 




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completed another successful season. The team was led by captaini 
Maura Gardner, Karissa Carey, and Jill Smith to the Stati 
Tournament once again. After losing many of last 
year's seniors, the girls worked extremely hard to| 
evolve as a strong team. 

Key games of the season were East Bridgewater 
vs. Hingham at Hingham, East Bridgewater vs. 
West Bridgewater at home, and East Bridgewater 
vs. Scituate at home. Four players were chosen to 
represent the team in the Patriot 

League All-Star game: Meghan 

Rosenberg, Rachel Anderson, Karissa * Carey and Michelle Roan 

Rachel Anderson, who was also chosen as a Brockton Enterprise All 

Scholastic Player, scored sevei 
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season, while former All 
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close behind with five goals an( 
one assist. Meg Rosenberg had i 
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goalie. Finishing second in th( 
league, with a record of 5-6-6, th( 
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successful for the varsity team 
The 2000 field hockey team wishei 
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East Bridgewater 1 

Hanover 4 

Cohasset 2 

'■ Carver 2 

East Bridgewater 

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Hingham 3 

East Bridgewater 4 

East Bridgewater 1 

East Bridgewater 

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East Bridgewater 1 

Notre Dame 2 

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Seekonk 2 



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East Bridgewater 1 

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Falmouth 


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Norwell 


East Pridgewater 23 


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East ^ridgewater 27 


Hingham 7 


East ^ridgewater 35 


Middleboro 


Rockland 20 


East 3ridgewater 3 


East Bridgewater 42 


Randolph 12 


East Bridgewater 22 


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East ^ridgewater 43 


Mashpee 14 


Norton 19 


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Cheerleaders were led by former cheerlead< 
Christie Larkin. They had a great season 
were very pleased with the imprqv^ent tl 
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into competition for the first time this year 
competed at Shepherd Hill, placmg thiid^ 
very intense competition, /^^fllthat st 
showing, the team went on to compete at 
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a very strong showing, taking second place. Tl 
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which was held at Franklin High School. Tl 
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smond. Nate Phillips, Dan Bombardier. Second Row: Coach Crean, Matt Mauger, Jeremy Lagerval, 
icCabe. Scott Lydon, Jeff Doirin, Dennis Sheppard, Tommy Morgan. Jeremy McCabe, Mike Brigham, 
^ighton. Coach Lucier. Third Row: Narin Fiero, Paul Folloni, Jeff Smith, Andy Wagner, Brian Morrill, 
)lburn. Gordy Lawson, Chris Whiteman, Dave Begley, Nick Rotondo. 



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> \'ear's strong boys' indoor track team could not have wished for a better season. After #^^ 
ichs of hard work and developing their many talents, the team emerged as the Patriot y*^^ 
:Lie Champions, winning the league meet with 1 02 points. 7\long the way, many long- 
Jing East Bridgewater High School individual records were shattered: Shawn White f 
pleted the 600m in 1 :28, Dennis Sheppard took the 2 mile in 1 0:06, Corey Casey 
[ered the the shot put record with his 47.5 feet, and Kevin McCabe, Matt White, ^^^ 

n White, and Dennis Sheppard took the 4x800 record, clocking in at 8:30. 
rail, varsity letters were awarded to 20 members of the team including 3 seniors, 5 juniors, 
phomores, and 3 freshmen. Individual All-League Honors went to Shawn White, TJ 
:h, Corey Casey, Tom Morgan, Dennis Sheppard and Kevin McCabe. Captains Awards 

given to Ed Perry, Corey Casey, TJ Smith, and Tom Duquette. Dennis Sheppard 
cd the Coaches Award, and Tom Duquette was recognized with the Sportsmanship 
id. Coach Lucier, who describes the season as "successful," had this to say about the team, "We 
. forward to defending the league title and winning a state championship next season, 
gratulations to the boys' indoor track team and best of luck next season. 




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Merging spirit with fun and hard work is key to any successful team. The 
Girls Indoor Track team had an outstanding season, living up to this definition of 
a team. Carrying their "spirit stick" with pride, the girls worked overtime on the 
small and talented team. With leadership from senior captains Heather DriscoU, Jill 
Smith, Maura Gardner and Brighid Lynch and coaches Ms. Denise Carrara and Mr. 
Darren Burkett, the girls finished the season with a record of 3 wins and 5 losses. 
Many underclassmen and juniors had an impressive season as well and helped 
the team to accomplish its goals. Sophomore, Jen Harlow, is the success story 
of EBHS track. In addition to qualifying for states and eventually moving on 
to the New England meet, Jen's high jump of 5'4, broke the school record 
twice and is the 6th highest in New England. Another underclassman who 
aided the team in its accomplishments was freshman Caitlyn Callahan. 
Callahan came out fast and qualified for states in the 300 and also for the 
very successful 4 by 400 relay team. Holly Runnals, Lauren Russo, 
Colleen Lynch and Angela Rotondo were also major contributors. 



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East Bridgewater 33 
East Bridgewater 36 
East Bridgewater 63 
East Bridgewater 59 
"^ "^ ' ' ^water 51 
East Bridgewater 34 
East Bridgewater 36 
East Bridgewater 40 



Mashpee 52 
Rockland 50 
Middleboro 19 
Randolph 25 
Norton 32 
Norwell 52 
Scituate 50 
Hingham 46 



Congratulations on a great season. Girls! 





Back Row: Coach Sulmonte, Matthew Morrissey, Ted PhilHps, Michael Murphey, Kevin Sheppard, Jeremy Rauhnait 
David Kendrick, Steven Karch, Billy Jones, Dan Jones, Tom Dion, Bobby Fredericks, Coach Hill, Front Row: Bri 
Curley, Tim Loughlin, Kristen MacDonald, James Tevlin, Bryce Beauregard , Kenny O' Sullivan, Matt Sulmonte, Gi 
Anderson, Mathew Kenney 




With the second season over the E.B/Abington 
Hockey team finished the season with a bang. Finishing 
great with a record of 11-8 and, second in the league below 
the undefeated Hanover Team. 

This was the first time in twenty years that a hockey team from East Bridgewater made 
tournament. Despite a great effort they lost in the first round to Bishop Stang. Many E.B. players mi 

the varsity team and all contributed to the awesome seas^ 
Starting in the back with defense; freshman Bryce Beauregi 
sophomores James Tevlin, David Kendrick, Tim Loughlin. 
goal scorers were; freshman Matthew Kenney: sophom^ 
Chris Berretta: junior Bobby Fredericks: seniors Steve Karj 
^^ ^ andcaptainTedPhillips. With a couple of gaps to fill next y( 

^M^r^j^^L •Sifc— -^ E.B./Abington Hockey Team hopes to do well again. 




East Bridgewater Team Leaders: 
Goals: 4 Ted Phillips/Matthew Kenney 
Assists: 7 David Kendrick 
Plus/Minus: +10 Tim Loughlin 



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East Bridgewater 6 

Hanover 8 

Norwell 3 

Whitman-Hanson 8 

East Bridgewater 3 

East Bridgewater 4 

East Bridgewater 9 

Hull 5 

East Bridgewater 3 

East Bridgewater 5 

Hanover 7 
Bridgewater-Raynham 4 

East Bridgewater 7 

East Bridgewater 11 

East Bridgewater 9 
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before every game, the girls basketball team had one of 

its most memorable seasons. In the first half of the 

season, the girls did something that no other East 

Bridgewater girls' basketball team has ever done: 

they beat Hingham in Hingham's gym. Four 

hundred students and children came 

to Hingham's "pack the gym'' night 

just to see EB beat them by 22 points. 

The girls left that night with 

confidence, pride, and a huge 

victory. The second half of the 

season was also marked by a huge 

accomplishment. Bridget Larkin 

became the first girl in the history of East 

Bridgewater to 

score 1000 points. 

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Front Row: Alisha Olsen, Jenna Fluke, Ashley Miller, Haley Wile, HcatI 
Hamilton, Back Row: Lauren McFarland, Romara Pearsull, Ashley Nilai 
Phy His Tuitt,SuzieShorey,Ti Charles, Amanda Richard, Lauren Sheppa 
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lilt Row: Katie Findlay, Danielle Beddia, Kristen Murphy, Ashleigh 
, \ )re, Nicole Beddia, Back Row: Coach Dan Whitham, Meghan Rosenberg, 
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signed and decorated. As the season came to a 
close, Ashleigh Moore and Bridget were 
selected to play in the all-star game. At half time 
of the all-star game, Ashleigh won the three 
point contest making her the best three-point 
shooter in the Patriot League. Throughout the 
entire season, Bridget was the leading scorer in 
the league, averaging 22 points a 
game. Against Franklin, she scored 
a career high of 39 points. Each 
girl on the team will remember this 
for years to come. They will remember pasta 
tests, the bus rides, and the pep talks in the boys' 
locker room. They will remember the songs they 

warmed up to, and 






the sound of 200 
people that 
were cheering 
so loudly they 
couldn't even hear 
their coach. Most of 
all, the girls will 
remember each other, 
and the amazing 
season they had together, 
and those memories will last 
a lifetime. 



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Front Row: Sean Findlay, Joe Frost, Kevin McDermott, Kevin Luddy, Miki 
Cowgill, Ryan Clements, Phil Perry, Back Row: Coach Morrison, Chr 
Barton, Brian Sheppard, Mike Knight, Peter Judge, Matt Costello, Coati 
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In the words of boys' basketball coach Mr. Steve Fernandez, "The end of 
enjoyable and exciting season is here !" And what an exciting season it was. Finishing wi 
an overall record of 16 wins and only 6 losses, the team placed second in the Patrii 
League. Some of the team's accomplishments include being awarded the Patric 
League Sportsmanship Award and advancing to the Quarterfinals of the State Tourne 
for the second straight year. In addition, the Vikings were the East Bridgewater Tourne; 
Champions and the Whitman-Hanson Tourney Champions. Individual honors wei 
presented to Kevin McDermott and Sean Findlay who were named Patriot Leagu 
All-Stars. Kevin McDermott and Mike Cowgill were given Captains Awards, whil 
Mike Cowgill received the Coach's Award and Chris Barton won the MIA/ 
Sportsmanship Award. In the end, thirteen varsity letters were awarded, alon 
with five JV letters and twelve freshmen letters. Congratulations on a grej 
season and a great record, and best of luck next season! 






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2001 
Boy's Varsity Basketball Record 

Overall: 16 wins - 6 losses 

Patriot League: 7-5, Tied for Second Place 

Non-League: 8 wins - losses 

state Tourney: 1-1, Quarterfinalist 



3rd Consecutive State Tourney 



EB Tourney Champions 
Whitman-Hanson Tourney Champions 



Mark Climo, Ryan McCloud, Mike Lounge, Jeff Kelley, Jake 
Poulin, Jonathan Dineen, Matt Boyce, Coach Doherty 



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The basketball cheerleadmi^ ec\uad had a great yei 
Coached by cheerleading enthusiast, Carolyn Barnes, and li 
by captaine Tarah Martell and Sara Moukalled the tea 
possessed brains, heart and courage. They were off to see ti 
wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz. They cheered like no oth 
East g-ridgewater squad had cheered before. Christy Lart 
was instrumental in helping the squad practice their movee. 
have never seen such a little girl thrown so high in the 
before," one unbelieving student said afterthe Hingham garr 
"We used to practice by throwing Ashley up in the airto chani 
the light bulbs in the gymnasium," captain Tarah Martell 
slip one day after school. "We tried practicing In the cafetei 
in the beginning of the year, but Ashley kept getting stuck 
the ceiling fane" Rachel Kndereon added. "All in all, the ye 
went much better after the team learned how to catch hi 
Thathappened sometime afterthe second month of practic 
said Coach ^arnee. With only two seniors leaving, the futi 
of the Cheerleading Squad can only get better. 




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Where else could you see R2-D2 fighting a 
L bug over a chocolate donut? Only the Torch, 
I V. Where else could you see Torch Editor, Kim 
[ 5on, wearing a bucket on her head? The beautiful 
' pie call it the Torch. Where else would you see 

the Sweeper 

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library? No, the 

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ell-Locke's sign? Why are those people standing 

1 -ide in the snow? Why do they call him Florida 

) ? Are you still reading this? Who is that guy 

i 1 the Superman shirt? And why does he have 

s rm around Kim Allison? Is Samantha Robertson 

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Student Choreographer: Angela Lawson 

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Lions, tigers, and bears, not quite ! Try a ragged 
scarecrow, a spaced-out trash can, and the 
kitty of the kingdom. The Wiz dazzled 
audiences on March 2"^^ and 3'^ 2001. 
Equipped with six new microphones, "the 
cast of thousands" pulled off yet another 
"near-perfect" performance. Recruiting 
eight middle school students, it attracted a 
sellout crowd at both shows. Despite many 
setbacks, the crew served as the "duct- 
tape" foundation to the whole 
production. Stephanie Safko served as 
Student Director while Amanda Gormley led the casts' voices 
song. "Saints" Samantha Robertson and Stacey Sampson sla 
behind the scenes while "Buddha" choreographed numerous dar 
numbers for the cast members. Mr. Jeff Melzack led the stage cri 
in the creation of the extensive sets. Of course, as always, Mrs. Cox 
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ScaTecroiu..,Cfiester 9Aitier 111 
Tin Man...Mmee Wagner 
Addaperk... Amanda Qormky 
The Wiz.. Justin MiefiaeC^ois 



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Student (Director... Step/tanie Saff^p 
Student Producer.. .Samantfia (RgBertson 
Student Cfiorat director... !Amanda Qormteij 
^ Stage Manager. .0(e[[y (Kindone 
Sound 9^anager.,.'Ed Terry 



Costume & Mal<^up 
TMtiene... Stephanie Safico^ Jm ^''^anager..Staceif Sampson 
Auntie Tm. . . CnjstaC Szoeeney ^^ Student Choreographer . .Shazun (Desmond 

(Dance Captains... "Erica (HansBury 

Suzanne Jerreii-Lock^ 




Q(mda...AhSy Haines 
Uncfe !}{enry... Shawn "Desmond 
(First (Mouse.. .Jaime Cepero 
Second Mouse...(Bifhj "Kich flU 
digyai Qatek^per. . . 9{ico[e Tirone 
Lord (High ZlnderCing... (Brian (Hanson 
Head "Winged Monkey. ..Shaion "Desmo 




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Getting better ar^ci better every year, Key Club has become ar\ integral part of East Brid^ewater Hi^h Scho 
club brings out the best from those who are in the club ar\d reflects or\ the school and community because a 
members believe that caring is a better way of life. I^ey Club is a community service club that is affiliated w 
Kiwanis Club of East Bridgewater. Opportunities are given to l^ey Clubbers to serve the town of East 3r\da 
in so many ways, shapes, and forme. Mr. McCabe, the club advisor, along with the help of Mr. lllsley, and t 
officers. President, Pamela DeAngelo; Vice President, Jill Smith: Secretary, Meghan Rosenberg; Treasurer, < 



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events for the town this year. The year began with 
successful Halloween Party for kindergarteners to 
graders. The Halloween Party is not only a safe and f ■ 
for the younger children to epend the night, but also 
1 where the Key Clubbers can dres>e up in costumes and ir 
I with the children. The club also held their annual F 
[ Breakfast for the town and learned the art and perff 
I flipping pancakes from Mr. McCabe. The Key Club sp.. 
1 their e>econd Senior Citizen's Vrom in March; it wae 
I of fun, food, and danclnq dedicated to the senior cit 
"I our town. A lot of energy is also being dedicated to t 
I for the 5" annual Scholarship Lock-In fundraiser. 
14 the club's largest fundraiser. Raising over $15,5l 
* -■ year, and $74,000 since its inception, the club he 
■ raise more money this year to give to EBHS sen' 
college scholarships. The Key Club has been so sue 
because all who support it believe that through dea 
and hard work they can make a positive differ- 
today's world. 



STAND 



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5TAN0 \<d a unic^ue ^roup of caring, open- 
minded students who advocate 
tolerancethrou^h a policy of awareness, 
while reaching out to ay\d speaking out 
for those who have been e^x\d are 
discriminated against in the school. It 
is 3<r\ 'umbrella ^roup' that is to say it 
shelters and provides support for 
people who have been victimized by 
racial, gender, body-type, aqe. 



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religious (etc...) based discrimination. \r-r^„^ d"""^^ ^^^'^'^D are Allison MifrhoPi , „ 

The STAND group has had speakers ^"-^S-y-Barton, Lauren Bartell and V^;, ^gu' S' "''""'■''y- ^-'-"^ 

from the Department of Education ■ . 

come in to speak to the faculty and _ 

a presentation to the student body is in their sights for the K\ear 

future. It is vital to eliminate needless discrimination in any setting. However, in doin^ so in a school it make? 

the learning process safer ar\d more enjoyable for everyone involved, and though the process is arduous, thd 

STAND feels it is well worth it. If you are alike in mind, ^ive us a visit! 



82 These Are The Times To Remember 



Holly 



Ruxu^alsandSataMoukalled 




5ADD, which standsfor Students Against Destructive 
Decisions, is a defensive and preventive ^roup against 
drunl< driving, dru^ usa^e, and other destructive 
_ decisions. Led by advisor, Mr. Shippee, 
thefocus of thisyear's club has been on 
the safety and well-bein^ of all East 
5rid^ewater Hi^h School students. 
Throughout the year, the ^roup has 
been working hard to prepare its prom 
campalo^n as well as its 
schoolwide non-smoking program, 
both of which were expected to be 
complete in the upcoming months. 



.udent Senate is the common qround of each 
d every East Brid^ewater High School club. Its 

mbership is made up of representatives from 
ch individual activity, as well as class officers, 
id elected at-large members of the student 
dy. Led by second-year President Jill Smith,/ 
;e President Erin Sheppard, Secretary Karissa I 
irey, Treasurer Rachel Anderson, and advisor I 
rs. Gillespie, Student Senate sponsors many I 
I important event. The club is, perhaps, most I 
•ticeable on da)/e such as December 7, 2000, 1 
len the members are distinguishable by their m 
je and gold senate shirts, and their presence / 

the annual Red Cross ^loodPrive. Members ^ 



Student 



tch in and lend a hand at the entrance, I Brighij Lynch'^p'^r^^ 
.miliarizing donors with the upcoming jSSjJtJ^^^'^'^e^^^^ 



«'''aBriisWi]e.M:u:r:;'^'^^'^«<'biifnrd, 



■ocedure, escorting them to their respective I Kendrn Pickt^inr'"— '^''"^'''^^' 



ie after-donation canteen. This year's ' ""'"' "^'" ^'^"y »--tc-"/i- Rohog-./H "^1''^^""",' ^.m Aiiis.>n. inroJ 

onatlon count of 132 pints easily shattered the record set by €>tudent Senate ^ 

)99. The membere of Student Senate also take pride in activities such as Teacher Appreciation Day, the scheduling of guest 
peakers, and the hosting of the annual Freshmen Welcome Dinner. Weekly activities include discussion of upcoming echoo\w\de events, 
& well as club updates in which the representatives of each individual club relate the current activities of their organization. In addition, 
is from Student Senate that such representative as Student Advisory to the Principal and Student Advisory to the School 
ommittee are elected. Upcoming Student Senate events at press time Included a eecond blood drive In memory of Middle School 
rincipal, Mr. John Collins. 

Clubs .ind Orgiinlzntions 8.1 



Art Club 



ThP Art Club is Ricky C 
1^ .r . Kara Toy, Leanne 
^ Billy ^e^P^'^ 



Picasso, Pe^as, Monet, Pollack, Michaelan^elo, ^arr\e^ 
whole bunch of other ^uys. What do they all have 
common? They \NGre mentioned in the Torch, baby. Ju 

^ now. What else did they do? Look 

up! What do we look like? T 

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LeBlar^c, Arzu Ozev 




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are always looking for the eo 
anewerel You nevev do any work 
)jourowY\\ You thinkyou are ^oing ' 

^et by on your looks? Think aq^e 
1 Once you ^et into the real wor 

you will realize that the beauti 
1 peoplecallittheArtClub. Chec^ 

Iout. 
Astnonow 



The past year for the Astronomy Club has marked a 
crTt\ca\ mile5tone;the crucial point that may sendan extracurricular 
organization to glorious success or banish it to the fiery depths 
of Pandemonium. Forthis club has proceeded into its second year 
of existence, but optimism was not the popular sentimentjust six 
months ago. The first year had seen a tide of members, which 
ciuickly waned and retrograded into a modicum group of perhaps 
just five individuals. Dim prospects continued with the resignation 
of first-year officers that had been conducive to the previously 
emphatic club atmosphere. Soon, the club was entering a phase 
of political turmoil that manifested itself through consistently 
languid business procedure. However, this year would see a 
fortunate rise in both the credibility and notice a stabilization 
of the organization- a revolutionary restructuring was occurring 
that would alter the club undoubtedly for the better. Co- 
Presidents Kcilly White and Joseph Rodricks installed Sara 
Gates as Vice-President, and Alexander de Serpa as P 



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•erpa, PauJ O'Donnell. 



club with far greater potential and an activism 

exemplary in coming months. 



an earnest attempt at raising the necessary funds to 

purchase a telescope. Such a complex optical instrument ~ _ 

would be of great aid yet immense cost to the Astronomy Club. In addition, our means _ 

for fundraising were minimal, and it seemed our treasury would never rise above the watery trenches that so obscured _ 

our financial goal on the surface. However, Sara Gates would prove to be a fundraising genius, whose immensely creative mind and cunning would 
procure numerous donations to our organization. These donations were ever so patiently raffled off at football games in town, and the sum earned, despite its apparent pauc > 
was significant nonetheless. All members contributed immensely to this fund-raising, but the sum was indeed insufficient for the purchase of the telescope that would have a 
our club a merciful deliverance from a blazing pit of astronomical ignorance. Despite this setback, the club was able to double in size during this time and now even greater prosp- 
are being considered. To reap the rewards of scientific achievement, the club has proposed plans for building an obsetvaton/ in town. Hopefully, from public and/or private gr. 
an observatory for the citizens of our fair town will be designed and built. From a more regular standpoint, meetings are now held on a weekly basis on Thursday s after school, 
Mrs. Crowell-s patient advising has been commendable. Now. the Astronomy club has become the focal point of the school for astronomy and space science didactics- and toi 
■ft© inrtial goal has been reached. 
84 These Are The Times To Remember 



v.Mr.Ferrel 



Ever been co\d, tired, hungry, lonely and 3,000 miles away from home? Then \maq\ne being greeted by Mr. 
Ferrell-Locke and wor\dem(^ if you have reached America or the North Pole. If you car\ picture that, then you can 
picture what Arzu Ozev, Peter Balazs, Jiajia Chen, ar\d Haruka Oqawa went through when they first arrived. AFS is 
a club whose or\q\na\ purpose was to foster international relations amongst high school students across the world. 
Since 1951, the AFS Club at East Bridgewater has been supporting foreign exchange students from a variety of 
countries. ThisyearEBHS hosts — ^-h,,^^,..-!-^ from Turkey, Hungary, China and Japan. 

One of the strongest traditions of the AFS Club is 
' the annual AFS weekend. Each year, at the crack of 



, Allison smith, Leann 

Abby Haines, Rachel M-^^;;^"^^^,^ ^^ Allison, ,«,. 




Tomorrow's Teachers Club is threeyears 
6 year. They say three is the charm and 
jb has really expanded this year. Mrs. 
1 arid Mrs. 5loan are the advleore of the 
\d have put a lot of effort into getting 
jb established. The officers this year 
esident. Heather Smith; Vice President, 
ay Materia; Secretary, Pamela 
lelo; and Treasurer, Emily Whitaker. I 
lub is meant for those high school I 
nts who are thinking about pursuing a I 
r in education of any level. Last year P 



supplied by Mr. Ferrell-Locke himself. Next, it's off 

to Boston, for a visit to the Museum of Science, 

, and shopping at Fanueil Hall. Meanwhile, back home 

in East Bridgewater, the AFS Club, under the 

leadership of Erin Sheppard, hosted a Jungle- 

themed shindig. Later in the year, AFS welcomed 

I Jakob, Abraham, James and Samuel in a reception 

I in the High School Library. (See page 32.) All in 

I all, AFS was very busy throughout the school 

^ year, ultimately proving to all exchange students 

I tha t T_h ere is No Better Place to Learn. 

Tomorrow's 



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of Massachusetts. During theyear, """"— — ^■"— — »-._.,__________^^ ' ' 

jb has arrar](^ed for many guest speakers. Geoffrey Smard, Mrs. _ 

's nephew, who has been a member of the Peace Corps for two years in Bulgaria, and ED'e very own 

abella, who taught in Nicaragua for many years, gave interesting and informative presentations. Both speakers opened the 

■ of students to the endless possibilities that the field of education offers.The club is also planning field trips to Mass. Hospital 

)l in Canton, a leadership day at Camp Burgess in Sandwich and a Tomorrow's Teachers Club convention at drldi^ewater State 

e in April to meet with other local Tomorrow's Teachers Clubs and share ideas. This is a big event that the club is p\annlnQ 

efinitely looking forward to. l^^lff 

Clubs and Organizations 85 



Future Nurses 



T^risti Backman, Tracy mo 



The Future Nurses Club, advised by the school nurse , Mrs. Urb; 
experienced another successful year. The Club focuses on commur 
service, nurses aid, and seniorfuture nurses scholarships. Thisyear t f 
club was Involved with canned food dnvee, H.U.G.5., Good 5amar\t 
Hospital Field trips, and the ?enn\ee for Patierr 
1 This year the Pennies for Patients project wae 
Q ondRow. 1 'T^emory of the late Mr. Collins and helped vo 
1 moneyforthe Leukemia Lymphoma Society. The C 
I is designed to involve students interested in & 
T medical fields with the surrounding commutii 
I Through President, Michelle Roan's efforts, a lar 
1 amount of money was raised through cand)^ ssji 
' I for senior scholarships. Other oiflcere inclu-" 
1 Vice President, Karissa Carey, Secretary De^ 
I Sotta. and Treasurer Aphrodite Vallas. The t 
1 Seniors, Michelle Koan and Karissa Carey, wo 
\ like to wish the underclassmen members gci 
1 luck in the future and thank Mrs. Urban for - 
1 time and support. 



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In the spectrum of extracurricular activities, few 
orqan\zat\or)e can compare in terms of total activism of its 
membere than those of the history club. This club, in only its 
second year of existence, has qrown consi^lerably. A once 
vaguely aimed, obscure organization with an equally 
ambiguous purpose, this club has now reached a pinnacle of 
credibility unsurpassed in this school. Indeed, it is very rare 
to find such a concentration of motivated students who 
devote considerable energies to the general functions of 
an organization as does themembers of the history club. 
The past year has been utterly extraordinary for the 
history club, for it was during this year that the members 
of this organization scaled the precipitous peaks of 
internal strife and disorganization to reach the prodigious I 
summit of triumph. For the first action of this club was I 




'^'•''^'" Moloney, Rcillv I 

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Allison, and Treasurer Mark Kobillard. The ever energietic^^^^^^^^.^^ ^'"-Kson, Kfudrd I 

and efficacious Mr. Kui Santos employed these officers to procure the^^^""""""""""""'-"— .m.,^^^^^^ ■ 

necessary funds for the proposed field trip to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. This historical landmark would become _ _ 

the nucleus of the clubfs purpose for the next year; raising the money necessary to travel the distance and stay for several days would become ^ 

of the opus of the organization. Raising money would become a critical issue in the history club. The club had no purse of Fortunatus or Pactolian sands from whic; 

extract funds, and hence the club embarked on a vigorous fund-raising extravaganza. Through numerous car washes, completed in brutal cold, a substantial amour 

money was raised. The most lucrative fundraiser by far was the raffling of the Sony PlayStation 2, in which tickets for this exorbitantly priced electronic device werf 

for $5 each. Through this and a grant paying for the van to take the history club to Gettysburg, an affordable trip was conceived. It would be the organization eff' 

of Mr. Santos, however, that would make this trip a truly memorable experience for all those who attended. So, in mid-February, most of the club participated in thi" 

that was the culmination of months of effort and determination. As past experience has shown, the future of this club is incredibly positive. As this is being wrii 

more historical rendezvous are being planned for areas all around Southern New England, Including a possible trip to Antietam in the near future. 

86 These Are The Times To Remember 



.tionalHcmor 



The National Honor Society is one of the most prestigious academic 
organizationsa high school studentcan belong to. Membersare recognized 
on a, well, on a national level for their academic achievements and their, 
J uhmm, honor. Led by President Tom Hansbury, Vice President Meghan 
Rosenberg, Treasurer Jessica Zahka, Secretary Lindsay Mateiro, and 
— advisor Ms. Mason, The National Honor Society performs 




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enemies, the National Dishonor Society). The annual 

trip to the Drockton Hospital usually occurs the week 

before Christmas vacation, when the members of NHS 

bring gifts, carols and cheer to the children's wing of the 

hospital. NHS members are also known for volunteering 

thier time to tutor-coordinator Erin Kenney, who 

partners them with any other student who feels he or 

I she needs assistance. Finally, NHS end the year by 

I putting a great deal of time and effort Into the 

I planning of the annual junior induction ceremony, 

/I always complete with the passing of the candle 

, I during the candle-lighting ceremony, and the year's 

I fundraiser, currently/ deemed to be a lip sync. 



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goras, Euclid, Newton, Euler, Gauss, 
in, what do you think that all of these 
id as hi^h school a^ed kids?? Let me tell 
ley all started out on their school's 
ream. Well, maybe not all of them, but 
ill would have wanted to if they knew 
'hey could meet the likes of 3\q head 
White, Silent Sam Koberteon and F 
on loving flonda Boy. Every first I i 



'ajia Chen 



^hattalented math students went tor ^ ^^"' ^«iiiy-Annp P^f^ c ^^^'' MaJoney, Harut;, r» 
.ellectual battle with many of the L^__^ ^ ^ ^^^'' ^^'"^"tha Robertson ^""^"'^ 

orin^ school systems. "At times it felt like 

■e having a battle of wits and we had forgotten to bring our weapons," stated 

Suzanne Ferrell-Locke, who along with Emily-Anne Patt led all juniors in econnq. "I thought that this might 

ige me," Jiajia Chen, EBHS's Chinese exchange student and math team ringer said earlier in the year, "but I was wrong. 

as easyjust like all other American math." Japaneee exchange student Haruka Ogawa agreed, "The only thing easier than 

team was Mr. Siddiqui's Calculus examinations." The AF5 duo led all East Bridgewater scorers. Reilly White found time 

', "Math team is a great place to just have fun, do math, and eat pizza. Does it get any better than that?" When asked 

nment sophomores Leanne LeBlanc and Samantha Robertson said, "For real?" and " " respectively. Whether or not 

Jam-won or lost, it always lived by its team motto, "MATH RULES." Clubs and Organizations 87 



-The 6wim 



^ f nsic^n Steve Maloney, ^^^^^^^, ^on 
Front Row. ^^^^-^^^ Kevin Crean. ^^^^^'"p^ ^^ Buc 

Masse,RachelMcM ^^^^P^,,,,, 
Tiffany ]oslyn, Vn^ 





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Ov]e of the oldest and most veritable institutions in EDH5 history is the Swim Club, a clandest 
organization this year celebrating its sesoiuicentennial. "The Swim Club actually invented tK 
word," says current Swim Club advisor. Rui Santos. "People just didn't know any fancy ways^ 
say something was one hundred and fifty years old before then." Formed in 1551. the Swim Clul 
membership has been as varied as it has been selective. Club activities over this, the Swim Clu 
Isesquicentennial. have included inventing words, planning coup d'etats against ma 

— world leaders, and making their own homemade ice crea 

' The origins of the Swim Club are as mysterious ! 

i anything else about the secret club: 2001 actu4 

marked the first year anyone in the school was award 

the club's existence. 

"We've kept this a secret for one hundred and fr 
years," an agitated Mr. Santos barks, "And we wa 
I have gotten away with it, too, if it wasn't for ; 
I meddling kids!!" The club's name is also an enigif 
I some say that it is named after the club's founder, • 
I G. Swim, while others still maintain it is an acror\ 
I standing for Super, Wonderful, Impressive. Miglf 
~ f\ I Ironically, only 34% ofthe Swim Club is actually abltf 
J[ swim. They all, however, own bathing suits. 

The accompan\/\n(^ photograph was taken at the clc 
twenty-fifth anniversary, in 15-76. The outfits, v. 
appearing to be Civil War regalia, are actually fromi 
Navy. 



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Whatdofashionable principals nationwide 
have in common? It's Student Advisors, 
that's what! Anywhere you see a high 
school pnr]c\pa\ wear'm^ a matching tie 
and belt, or even matching socks, that's 
the work of the Student Advisors to the 
Principal, a principal's first line of defense 

against fashion faux pas! 
But Student Advisory to the Principal 
is more than just a fashion consulting 
agency, its members are a\eo 



attention of the princip, 

that the student body feels are 

important. Each month, the members - 

of SAP compile a list of concerne and 

suggestions from the school population and present them in a meeting with the 




eBlanc, Kara Joy 



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\mportant changes that may need to be made. Some of the focus projects of this year s Student Advisory to th. 
Principal have been Junior exemption, sports user fees, parking lot privileges and safety concerne. 



88 These are the Times to Remember 



mnesty 
Intern 



;^elMcManus 




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Bartell. Second Row: 
IclementsJenRamsey, 




Have you ever ^OY\dered how you could make a difference in 
the world, but didn't know exactly how? If you have, then 
Amnesty International le the club for you. This year's E.B. 
Hiigh chapter of Amnesty International wae led by officers 
Dan Oo uthro and Rachel McManus and advleor, Mrs. 
1 Lovett. Through the hard work of a dedicated 
jecon -I core group of fewerthan a dozen individuals, 

vJs^ ' I thisyear's Amnesty International club was 

, extremely successful. On top of signing 
petitions and writing dozens upon dozens 
of letters to leaders around the world, 
Kachel McManus headed up a lucrative T- 
5hirt fundraiser promoting different 
themes, such as women's rights around 
I the world. All in all, the 2000-2001 
? 1 school year was a big success for E.B. 
" ^ High's chapter of Amnesty International, 
I and current members hope that more 
I new members will join in the years to 
I come. 



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; individuals who comprise the 
•udent Advisory Council to the 
hool committee are truly, ae 

/ain French people mi^ht say, 
e creme de a creme. With a I 
flection process which is parti 
asonic ritual, part Steel-ca^ej 
Jathmatch, the Student! t-jj c • -i h 

divisor/ Council are truly the! ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^Mnderson 

i^htest and best-dressed^ ■ 

^H5 has to offer. ^ - - _ 

think it's important to put a face and a voice to the student body and their concerne" 

lid Student Advisory Council member Rachel Anderson, "It's t^ood that there's such an open 

I 

alo^ue between the council and the school committee, both during the actual school committee 
eetin^s and the more Informal after hours arm-wrestling matches we hold." 

Clubs and Organizations 89 



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"";^^^^;o Holly Runnals. Back Kow- ^ p,,t, Lauren Donovan 
DeAngelo, ^^^'y ^^ smitK Emily- A^^^ 

White, Alex deSerpa, 13 ^ _ 



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"Geography Club is the greatest!" according to its founder and president, Keil 
White. With an Increaelnq number of mevnbere, this club has become one of th 
students' most adored after-school activities. The round-table discussions, I& 
by Geography Club's advisor Mr. Illsley and geography brainiacReilly White, involv 
interesting conversatio ns abo ut world's current events. Questions everybot 
_ — J wants to know the answers to are answered at 

Massey, Kitnt»erly l-j-^g round-table discussions. Who do you thinki 
"t? 1 'Hard, ]oe Pratt, ReiUy I ^^jh be the next psychotic dictator to tr^ ar\c 
p^H Lauren Donovan. I -^ake over the world? Did you see Saturday Nigh| 

*J Live this week? What dumb thing do you think OL 

I president will say or do next? Will he ever learn he 

\ to pronounce "indivisible?" They are pretty touoj 

' I o[uee>tlon5, but somehow, a member of the cli 

I manages to figure out an anewer to one. Apan 

b I from the joking around, geography club is vet' 

I educational. It brings the students up to dat 

^■ I with the world's events. In addition, this yean 

] I AF5 students have given interesting an 

\ informative presentations of their nati\ 

' I countries. 



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One of tha rookie clubs 
here at Eaet 3r\d^ewater\-\\qh 
School le the nawly formed 
Technology Club, advised by 
Tachnophile, Jack Cor\dor\. 
While much of the club's 



successes 



was 



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construction of the first - 

humanoid android, Torch Editor Kim Allison. 
B "We had our ar\drold Infiltrate the school years a%o, ar\d only recently 
have the kids ar\d faculty realized that M\\eor\e a robotl' said Condon. ^ 
Keeponde Kim Allison: "I find Mr. Condone statements highly amusing." 



90 These Arc The Times To Remember 



With the close of the 2001 school year conies the release of the 14th edition of the Viking Saga, 
our school's long-running literary magazine. This year's editor, Joseph Pratt has worked hard to 
be sure that the 2001 Saga upholds the standard of excellence achieved by each of its 
predecessors. Led by Mr. Dunphy, and supported by a class of willing workers, this year's edition 
is a success. Duetotheamountof quality work vying for a position in the magazine, it was decided 
that poetic works to be included In thisyear's production would be selected by an unbiased panel 

of judges. These judges were Pound at Masconomet High 



tm Clark, Michelle 
ev.ErinSheppard, 



^_' ,,-^Rnw:TomHansDuiv, 




erthe new leadership ofadv'ieor, Mr. 
:ett, the Viking Voice a^ain produced 
ther great year of school 
3paper5. Halfway through the year, 
lewspaper expanded from thefour- 
e edition to the more expansive 
t-page edition, which was a great 
:e5s. With the guidance of editors 
; Jenness, Kristin Clark, Jessica 
• ka, Jesse Conant, ion ^enecchi, 
hany Ortenzi, and Ari Wile, the 



-ror y\ UCAUUOCA rriariy L/riuutjri u- | 

'^'oking editorials. There were also 
-ral feature stories that focused 




'School and chose the winners of all of this year's poetry 
contests. At the same time, the class, taught by Mr. 
J i Dunphy, spent their time deciding on the themes of this 
;. I year's sections, some of which now include, "All's Fair in 
I Love and War". "Memories ofthe Heart," and "The Road Not 
I Taken." 

I Behind the scenes, production editors, Meghan Rosenberg 

I and Sara Gates kept the presses running smoothly and 

I on time. They are to be commended for their long hours 

I of work on the biggest and most time-consuming job 

i I presented by the Viking Saga. Onee the final copy is 

I printed, the magazine will be sent out to be judged 

^ against the literary magazines of other towns. The4&- 

page accomplishment, topped by a cover design by Nate 

Milauskas, is sure to be given the same rating as last 

year: excellent. 



ilf 





■quette. Second Row 
""•-intiohnRossman." 



IIMM ■ R i n«iM 1 1 M ir2l a I IKtv^ a I KS 



■"■"'«' Kevin Perry, , 

n sporting events, to the Key Club Lock- In, to ~ 

jects such as senior privileges and violence at the high school, the newepaper 

there every step of the way. Who could forget the ^rand Pepsi versus Coke debate, which sparked the 
rtions of students and teachers alike. 

rail, it was another successful year for the Viking Voice. Thanks to many involved in the newepaper. We 
Ade the etudent body Information that the students need and want on a regular basis. 

'^"^^ Clubs and Or^nni/alions yi 




uhe. 1 




' liizisis^n usazi. liauE. J2aii£,d ibic^ uie jouzheu bzcjan. Lit tuai, 

tliixt^ai uaazi acjo iliat die jozniaL Eaacaiion of Jie Cia^i. of Jcuo- Jliouuvid 
ana CLW liaa dielz fiz5.i aau of ic/iooL. cLWt t/ial: HniE lo niucli liai liahfiaisd. 
^cliooL fiELa tzLfii, cLaii caz a-^aJiEi, and izuinq to aEcLaE liocu to iJEit diEfia 
tliE ti\7Entij-ti\jo minutEi tliat uou cueze aLLottEa to Eat uouz Luncli foz tliE fiait 

^ fouz UEazi liauE uEEn lonzE of tliE nLaliUa/iti. <^yVocu, aftEZ 

^ tliiztEEn usazi, of tiniE tociEt/iEZ, loniE t/iuzai cueze 

U2E(jLtai7LE. JiE clou (.uouLd fuzaLLu aoniE hvzeze uou luouLd 

azaduatE and LEauE tnii jiLacE. iL^tliEZ tliuzai, IzoiUEUEZ; 

\ (.UEZE not ±o cEztain. ^zNo onE couLd IzauE euez jjZEdictEd 

that dzd lPezzij cuould IzauE maUE it to fizit jiEziod fouz 

minutEi EazLu. Lff ^d can nzaIzE it on tinzE tIzEn uou, tIzE 

• 1^ uLa5,i, of Jcuo- Jlzoui,aizd atzd CLW, cojz acconzjiLiilz ojzutlzbza 

jou ist uouz nzbzd to. 



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KIMBERLY DAWN ALLISON 
Allison...! mean, Kim 

'These are the times to remember, 'cause they will not last 
forever " ~ Billy Joel 

ACTIVITIES: Torch 1 -4; Editor 2,3,4; Key Club 1 ,2; Exec. 1 ,2; 
Math Team 3,4; NHS 3,4; History Club 3,4; Sec. 4; Stu. Sen. 
4; Viking News Anchor3,4; SAP 4; AFS4; Tennis 1 -4; Capt3,4. 
MEMORIES: Beaches w/TJ, JT, RM, KP. Rach...el! Girls 
State~My Justice Islanders! "K?" w/JB, LB. Pam's German 
Traditions and 'gaming attitude,' Nertz?, Nutzy? Everything 
YB&Tiff related! Mr. Siddiqui.thankyou so much for everything! 
Bickford's...&the ride home w/JB, NT, EP, NS. Pecan's B-Day 
w/ PD, DG, Mme. G. Tennis w/ES. EZ Cheese w/JB, NT, NS. 
Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, thank you for all of your love 
and support! 

MIKAELA ANDERSON 

"There are always 2 choices, 2 paths to take. One is 
easy. And it's only reward is that it's easy. " - unknown 
ACTIVITIES: FieldHockey, Golf, ReachOut, NHS, 
KeyClub, Executive. 

MEMORIES: S.C.w/NDare you readyforit?KHfalling off the 
purple skittle. LB happy water& Middleboro rotary w/JE. SMW 
CP lover, the river, trips w/DC. HoneyDewDonuts, HKLTour, 
& other times w/JI & CM just average. RiverRave FUBAR. 
Boston w/MH &DC. times w/JC. Waterf rontaffro boy. Pembroke 
SO.beingscandalousw/RR.clubinRyan.BB&JAUplnSmoke. 
All other times w/MG tds, SM twin, RB hoochie, JB husband, 
FT, MB, TH, JS, SM, CJW, SM, KA, CW, NT, BB, and my 
EBGBs DC, MM Puertorican, MP, SP, KO, CS, RA, ND, DC. 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Derek, & Shawn I love you all. 

RACHEL ELIZABETH ANDERSON 

Roach 

"Some birds aren t meant to be caged, their colors are just too 

bright. " -Shawshank Redemption 
ACTIVITIES: "I did way too much" 
MEMORIES:Rockers at KPs 989900 W/CFACKCRRCMAL; 
Parties at RRs, Ringos; Shows w/KCJS-You guys are 
awesome! H2098.TimesatJRsw/KCRRJHJSKC;The River; 
EBGBs MMKOSPMPDCMARRCM-SNOBS! DMX '00 
RRMADCZC; Clubbin, Breakfast w/MG-Moesha! Field Hockey 
Girlz-143; Art Classes w/KH;Spending days w/Bec BFF!I am 
Queen! My swingset! Night at the Jetti-Oh GodlHomecoming 
'00 w/EBGBs! Times w/Tim-143-090997l'll never forget you. 
Thanks for being there Mom-Luv you-Bet Dads proud-Miss 
You, Love Always Rachel 

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ROB ANDREWS 

Oreo 

"If I live today, I'll die tomorrow, but tomorrow never 

comes, so I'll live forever" -me 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1-2, Football1-4, Baseball 1-3, 

Captain 4 

MEMORIES: Halloween SD TB CR GK - The Ramp AH 

CR MT NM - The Pool CR GR KW Dad RT - The Jetty 

SB GK TB GR KH CR MT - Chillin w/ JPK DL "EG" SS 

TB SD CR JF CB MN GK SB EM TD MB DH CH DY. 

Thanks Mom & Dad for always being there, I love you! 









JANINE YASEMIN ARSLAN 

Germania/Angry German 

"Don't dream your life-live your dreams"- me 
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country, Track 
FUTURE PLANS: Act, keep my friends in Germany and 
East Bridgewater,coming back for college and try to live 
succesful and happy. 

MEMORIES:My 1st week of school at EBHS, crash w/ 
Lori.CC Races-I love this team!! want to thank my new 
friends for making this year so wonderful you filled my life 
with joy and fun-thanks. 4:20. I'm gonna miss u-l love 
you guyslAlso I wanna thank my friends in Germany for 
supporting me and my host family and family in Germany 
without you I won't be here.Thank you. 143 

TARYN RENE ATWOOD 

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"They may forget what you said, they may forget what 
you did, but they will never forget how you made them 
fee/. " -Carl W. Buecher 

FUTURE PLANS: To be come a well-known author. 
ACTIVITIES: Choir 1 -4, Theater Arts 1 -2, Journalism 1 , 
My Turn 1-4 

MEMORIES: Hanging w/ AD AND ALL THE "BOYS", 
TheTwins,AA,JB,SC,RI,FL.KDDONT FORGET THE 
PRIDE, DNACIN' DRAMA, AND ILOVE YA MOM AND 
JARED. 






MATTHEW BACKMAN 

Whatever 
ACTIVITIES: Football and weightlifting 
FUTURE PLANS: Masters in exercise physiology and 
own a gym with Dad. 

MEMORIES: Wyoming Cowboys, Bob's with KT-Anne, 
J-me, Keith, and Tim. H.D.s party. FrenchS. HeytoMLE, 
BZ, Rachel, Lauren, KT, and J-me. Good luck ankle- 
biter. Thanks for everything. I love you. 





STACY LEE BAKER 

"Live for today, tomorrow may never come. " 
FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, own my own gym, and 
be independently wealthy. 

MEMORIES: Growing up w/KKRCJCNMACDC 
RGSMLWRGNW.Fubijikukified KKAC.DD's-ANKKTR 
JW. NM-thanx for the tears.JC thanx for wiping them 
away. Binges-KKRC.OD KK. Aruba.Cancun. Riverrave 
00-RCCMLWDD. Dragqueens.lost in MHE.Nantasket 
w/TR. Jetty w many.PHIcrew. Rollin w RCSMSADETW 
LWDCNMJCTR.7day rocka w/KK.7/4/00-TR.SP/HOT! 
To all my x's thanx for nothing. I Love You mom, steve, 
dad, Cheryl, sherri, jolene, joel, amanda, bobby, victoria, 
cody. Thanx for putting up w/me. I'M OUT. 





PETER BALAZS 
Icebear 

"In vino Veritas" 

ACTIVITES: Football, AFS club 







CATHERINE CHRISTINE BELMORE 

Katie 

"Obstacles are those frightening things you see when 
you take your eyes off your goal" -Hannah Moore 
ACTIVITIES: X-Country 1-3,Capt.4. ;Winter Trackl- 4. 
Spring Track 1-3. ; NHS 3-4. 

MEMORIES: Mall w/KD,SR,MR,KC,CS. "We need to go 
Shopping" Lunch locker rm w/KD,SR,CS. Town w/KD, 
PD,SR. 16'^ b-day at beach w/KD,SR,MR,CB. Drivers 
Ed w/BL,KD,HD,KC.Spain w/SJ. Skiing 00' EK. "Clubbin" 
SR.MROO'. Being pulled over w/CS, "Oh my god". 
Summer Camp,KD,SR, "why did we want to work here". 
LDOSASTELIOSw/KD. Thank you Mom, Dad, Peter 
and Mike. I love you. 

LORI ANNE BENECCHI 

LAU 

"The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our 

doubts of today." -FDR 

MEMORIES:Frosh/Soph@Jess',Beaches,MVY(Relax!); 
WAAF Broadcast;JE saved my life;Goin 2 studio & 
Flying w/DB;M'boro Rotary & Happy Water w/MA; Rain 
Goddess & Lafs w/Eri(my SB);Maniac w/HD; Good 
Dubee;Cola 143, good luck;Tues. din; JB, my MOH, 
K?(SP-KA) Benena & Bernardi;Muffin Man; Applebee 
w/JCTPBA;Advice to AH&EH(?s);puptat; Buddha, my 
hubby;Crash! w/Janine;RR 00(on stage w/TP@BHG); 
fun w/Best BudsJCBATPMHTHSFEJEPPPCSAG 
RBJA;Times w/Jesse, thank you!;Carl, behave, 143; 
Mom &Dad, thank you, I luv you! It's been a blast! 

RENEE ALEXANDRA BENYUE 

Nee 

When you find love, hold on, cause you may never find it 

again." 

ACTIVITIES: Fieldhockey 1-4; Choms 1-4. 
FUTURE PLANS: Become a policewoman. 
MEMORIES: Hangin' w/JA,CM.SH,MA.ND,DC,SM,SM, 
DD,LB.AIImyF.H.gir1s.Myboys:TB,JG,BO,KD,PE,AF,JW,BB, 
CW. Following taylor w/nikki, almost dying!! Pool at gina's. 
Florida & Washington trips w/the chorus. Looking for a DD's. 
Prom's w/ jay, chris, eric,& brian. Mikaela, Nikki, Erin I'll never 
forget u guys!!Parties @my house, jess', trips to Easton. The 
Shed & the camper. Erin don't cry !! racing w/jon,ril always care 
jon&l @ kerri'shouse.Cuffedw/myhoochie.ThanxMom.Dad 
& Tommy Ladybug. 






RORI LYN BERARDI 

Kirby 

"I know what I mean, and that's all that matters." -me. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2-4; My Turn 3,4; Torch 1,3. 
MEMORIES: Washington D.C. Apr.'OO "Are we there 
yer?" luved my roomies, JR & AM. *NSYNC concerts w/ 
my best bud, Nicki, luv u girl. Lots of laughs w/LD, RA, 
BM(my sista) KB(my dot rat) SD&KD. AR *SMACK* 
"WHEREs MY BOYFRIEND?" Oh, Pancake! "Sarah, 
who popped the Pringles?" "Fun" field trips w/EF&LG 
lockin '98-01'. "6 hrs. o' fun" (TD) Luv&orThanx2: NW, 
KB, BM, LD, MO, SGB, AR, LG, EF, RA, MB, SS, 
BK,ML,Ms. H. Mom, Deirdre, Nikki...l love u guys, & 

thanx. If I forgot anyone, oh well GET OVER 

IT!!!!© 

JESSICA LYNN BERNARD 

"The stars exist that we might know how high our dreams 
can soar. " 

ACTIVITIES: Key Club, Exec, Drama, Chorus, NHS, 
Band, Rhythmix, etc. 

MEMORIES: Times w/ my girlys SP,SS,&NT(&Todd!) 
Big Dork4EVER!Le#1sister!Benena&Bernardi: My chair 
is small, K? HD, CS: *NSYNCweekend: car trouble! 
Disney & DC w/ JSBLSPSJLLKWR. JenMission99! 
RR99; JRProm w/ MB; poems w/ Briggy; GSHC w/ 
JZ+girls; Friendly's; TrampolineOlympics w/ Jill; Kissa: 
The Lunge Of Our Lives! Softball; Dances; Football 
Games; Homecoming99; MFs! Stephie, ur my angel, 
143!! Thank you so much, Mom&Dad. I Love You! 

BRADFORD MICHAEL BISHOP 

Brad 

"Life is too short, so love the one you got, cause you 

might get runover or you might get shot. " 

-SUBLIME (What I Got) 
ACTIVITES: Football 1,2,3,4 Viking News w/Bob 2,3,4 
MEMORIES: Summer Sanitarium/ Metallica 2000 w/ 
Jesse, Lori, Adam, Bob, and Jeremy Boston w/Joe, 
Michelle, and Catfish "No, we don't have any food" Mall 
trips w/AR,NS,BR,CR,and BF Mike WWF PPV's w/ 
JC,TH,MH,ect. BSC swim meet/Deceles w/NS,MH,and 
BW Workin @ Lamberts and driving around w/Jill and 
Kristina Talking on AOL w/LilShorty. Thanks for 
everything Mom, Joe, Dad, and Patty 

MICHAEL D. BIXLER 

Bix 

'Be nice to people on your way up because you'll need 

them on your way down. " -Wilson Mizner 

ACTIVITIES: Football 4 

FUTURE PLANS: To become a helicopter or airplane 

pilot, make lots of money, own a house and a fast 

motorcycle, also to get married. 

MEMORIES: Snowball fights with FS, MW, JO. Field 

trips into Boston. King of the ring. Shooting paintballs at 

MA, D's. Lifting weights with SH, MB, RM. Thanks to 

everyone for all the support especially my brother who 

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NOAH P. BOYLE 

Nimmah 

"Disrespect one of us, you will see plenty of us. " 
GIVEN SHOUT OUTS TO: ZC, RP, KA, JG, C , ZS, KD, 
BC, JC, OB, LJ, CB, FT, MT, KK, JJ, JW, GC, MC, SK, 
S, CH, The Strip, 4-wheelin, 101 sped crew. No power 
tools. Tip the cup and stay up, Middleboro B cruises, mini 
gymfort, jailbreak, sped feild trip fix, 40's on stoop. Six 
Flags, shutdown CF, The conspiracy, and a special 
thanks to Corrigan. 



DENNIS BROOKS 

Times to Remember: Rockers down the river, the 
banks.jsc, Rockers in the trailer, battle game, cosac, 
rockoff, hamdammed, Eldridge faling through the ice 
wet rat. Jeep on the ice, well I don't know what happened 
but somebody really hyped it out. Milk in the 
Marines, DBAWN, WAPSIL, primedumpster, the bait. 
Chilian With: JB, MB, EC, MT, LL, RR, MM, TB, ES, KB, 
SL, MF, JG, JD, MP, NT, ZC, ER, KD, jM, BB. 
Well finally I made it to senior year and I am on my way 
out of here. 



TIMOTHY J. BROWN 

Brownie 

"It's not the size of the dog in the fight it's the size of the 

fight in the dog. " -No Fear 

ACTIVITIES: FB 1-4: BBall 1,2: BB 1-4: Liftin 1-4 
FUTURE PLANS: making money the fly way. 
MEMORIES: Halloween w/GK, CR, SD, RA: Plymouth, 
w/TM, GK, CR, SD,MT, RA, RR; Heatha's # w/ GK, 88; 
3 wks at MR: T's teddy: CC house wit 88, J8, CJ: slippin 
w/ 88, MC: IROC-Z: 6 flags Jacked at the lights w/ TM, 
CR, MT, 8L: chillin' w/ GK, CC, 8D, CR, 88, CB, JF, CP, 
MC, KM, KL, MT, J8, TD, CJ, JC, RA, CM, 8L: Summer 
and times w/ Tarah I love you: Thanks Mom and Dad for 
not givin up on me. Good Luck Bill and Chris, I love you 
all. 

GRAYSON BURGER 
Acuraboy 

"We looked perfection in the eye and perfection blinked. "- 

BMW 

SPORTS: Basketball; Track 2; Golf 3+4 

MEMORIES: Zekes Dily /MW, NE, Dragway w/J8,MW, 

MF; IMPORT DAY, Mountain Climbing campin, 

Crustangs and crapmaros, EBI. 










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JARED FRANKLIN BURRELL 

The Tastee Bro 

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it 
is because he hears a different drummer Let him step to the 
music which he hears, however measured or far away. " 
ACTIVITIES:Marching Band 7-12, Jazz Band 7-12, Concert 
Band 9-12, Concert Choir 7-12, Rythmix 7-12, Madricals 11- 
12, Drama 9-12, Writing Center 9-12 
MEMORIES: "emengarde-you have the field of a soulmouse- 
florida-FAIL!!!-let's... somebody-chameleon-Angela has nice 
big smiles-Godspell-art thief-the wild outback safari regions- 
playing the horn in the aud and b/room-music festivals-playing 
MW w/ SH,AB,AD,BC,DM-making music with EP,PP,SD 
AB,PF,RC-talkswithJS,BW,EP,PP-hugs(JM,KR)walks,we've 
been great friends. I love you guys.Thanks Jason and Mom! 
SANDRA LYNNE BUTLER 
Sand 
"Never take away a person's hope, it may be all they 
have." 

MEMORIES: All the times w/ Laur & Heath. Hyannis. 
NP2! Bon Jovi. LF- forever my ketchup sister. I Love 
you. What would I do w/o you? HS-our bike rides! We 
have so much fun! You are the best. Thanks for all the 
years guys. Watchin JP&JR fix the car; BK. Talks w/ NS 
&MC. Helicopter pad!!! Fun times w/JRLFHSMW. Joe, 
I love you. Thanks for all the special memories; 92699. 
I will miss you all so much! Thanks Mom, Dad, Beck, and 
Rob for everything. 



JEREMY SCOTT CADY 

"Most people are like a falling leaf that drifts and tums in theair, 
flutters, and falls to the ground. But a few others are like stars 
which travel one defined path: no wind reaches them, they 
have within themselves their guide and path" -Siddhartha by 
Herman Hesse 

ACTIVITIES: Student Senate 4; Exec. 4; Track 4 
FUTURE PLANS: Photography, Keep Skateboarding, travel 
MEMORIES: Summer tour w/ L.A.F. & J.H.C.; warped tours 
98-00; Jill, Jay, Andy, Rachel, Shawn, Nad, Jake, Leo, Kristina; 
Funtimes skSing w. JB,DC,MG,AB,JG; MCAS study w/ Jess 
B.;Summert)0'- Ryan,MG,JS,AG,BW,Meg,SH, AB,Mothball, 
Jenn TSR, 12cent; Thanks to everyone, I love you all. You all 
mean a lot to me. Remember stay positive and live life. 

KARISSA MARIE CAREY 

Kissa 

"Most look up and admire the stars, a champion climbs 

a mountain and grabs one" 

ACTIVITIES: Secretary 4; Pres 1; NHS 3,4; Student 
Senate 1 -3 Sec 4; Key Club 2,3 Treas 4; FutNurses 3, VP 
4 S.Track 1 -3 Cpt 4; Field Hockey 2,3 Cpt 4; BB Cheer 1 - 
2 Cpt. 3,4; Exec 1 -4; Girls' State; PCC; SACSC 4; SAP 3,4; 
Torch 10; H.C. Court; Jr. Miss 

MEMORIES:Lucky 7(NM JZ DM SM MG EP HD) EKEP 
Hawaii, Russel's bright sunshine days-Stef&Nikki 
Montreal, Maugashoescookouts.S. Rock bladinwJBf.h.w/ 
TMMRJS.Feb party, Calc pigouts, banners Jr. Prom and 
NU Balls w Mike-I'll always love you. Thank you Mom and 
Dad for everything, Good luck Katie and Ky-love u all! 




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JASON SCOTT CARLSON 

Stone Cold 

"And that's the bottom line, because Stone Cold said 
so!" 

FUTURE PLANS: To become WWF Champion 
MEMORIES: Causing trouble w/Danny, Ben, Jack, Josh, 
Sean, Wolfe-fear the mullet, Jen, Jim G., Gary-the 
mullet, Tim B, Tim Dm Amanda, Emily, Steve O, Chris B, 
Matt K and to the rest of you I couldn't mention. I'm sorry. 
Ben shooting me in the face. Cutting Danny's finger, 
then stopping all the blood. Stunner on top of the car. 
Ben and Jack-7/20. Hunting down mullets /wolfe and 
Gary. Watching Stone Cold's return w/Danny. Josh 
Stealing cards. I have too much to sayand not enough 
room. To all of you, I'll never forget you. 

COREY ROSTER CASEY 

Jigga 

"It ain't no fun if the homies can't have none. " 

-snoop dogg 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1-4, winter track 2-4 captain 4, 
spring track 2-4 captian 4, exec 1-2. 
FUTURE PLANS: go on to college to study law 
MEMORIES: all my boys TB, DUKE, COLE-J, JS, SS, 
RA, CR, JF, SD, GK, To all the girls what^s up you know 
who you are, prom 00, homecoming 00, chillin at sylvias, 
dukes parties, 3 wks at MR's, leaving them racks in the 
woods, slanging and banging w/ cole-j, the funway crew. 
I love you mom and dad and my brother and niece. 



DIANE LORRAINE CHARETTE 

"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. " 
ACTIVITIES: b-ball cheerin 1 , fball cheerin 2,3, my tum 1 ,2,3 
MEMORIES: EBGB'S-MP, MM, KG, SP, CS, RA, RR, MA, 
ND, hanginw/ the girls. Freshman year w/KW,JA, RB, July 4th 
(97) KW- Zoufs, Riverside, Quarries JF, MS, Middleboro 
Cruises, the river, the flats, powerlines, Boston, dubbin, hemp 
fest, school dances, football games, the pond (island) DB's 
house, Brockton fair, junior prom, claybanks, Ringos, B-day + 
St. Pattys day "00", Nights atwhitehorse+nantasket, trips, dmx 
(98, 99), Riverrave, Dylan, Steve Miller, Montley crue~bad 
expierence, Parties w/ K.L. Ruby, growin up, gettin in trouble 
w/ FT, NT, ZC, OB, KA, CW, LB, RP, JG, JC, KG, KK, KH, Many 
laughs w/ FT, luv ya, Milka Crew, Van w/ MP, MB, JD, LJ, SW, 
FT SP, beach +road trips w/ MA, JL (dude). Love you Mom, 

SHELLEY ANN CHAVES 

Shell Bell 

"If you do not tell the truth about yourself, you cannot tell it about 

other people. " - Woolf 

FUTURE PLANS: Live long and happy in Florida. 
ACTIVITIES: NHS 3,4; FH3; Reach Out 3,4;Tech Prep 10-12 
MEMORIES: Times w/ CB,CP,KW,MN,CR,DR,BS,CP, 
JF,GR,JA,MIFAMILIA.PartiesatKW,CP,thebam.CLUBBIN; 
Straightedge HSY'S. Chris thank you. Godparents #1 
143. Proms w/CB mac truck. SemiFormals. 6-8-98 oh 
yea,DRAMA!NY'S w CB.Podeguis gossiping. LF banana in 
jacket. JA Barbies. B-day parties, Sweet 1 6,flestas.best times 
with Chris. 16 in a day.FL w/fam,Jen&BeBe&SA&LilAI luv u 
guys. Mommy and Daddy thank u 143 4-eva. Chris, I luv u 
forever and always. U will always be part of my life 4-1 3-98. FFL 









JIAJIA CHEN 

ACTIVITIES: Color Guard, Chorus, AFS , Drama, Math Team 
MEMORIES: 1^^ TIME: in US, meeting host family, 
EBHS, seeing the ocean, Plymouth Rock, camping, 
missing school bus, trick or treating, getting my ears 
pierced, making peanut butter balls, decorating the 
Christmas tree. ALSO: 3 day trip to US, color guard 
practices & competitions, AFS camp. Six Flags, lobsters 
in ME, US holidays, changing of the leaves, flowers, sky, 
Disney World, Christmas Concert & times with my family. 
Thanks to AFS & its staff, my good friends SS, NM, NH, 
HO, AO, AF, AS, KZ, EB, SG-B, SF-L, ND, CM, BH and 
teachers, my wonderful family here: lovely Mom, funny 
Dad and the other me — my sister Megan. I'LL LOVE 
YOU FOREVER! 

KRISTIN L. CLARK 
Quack 
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters 
compared to what lies within us. " 
FUTURE PLANS: Marriage, children, monkeys, happiness 
MEMORIES: Good times w/HD LM KM JC Fresh year Semi 
FOS w/KTAnne Kel & Joe Guard fights JB KW SS SFL Talks 
w/Aim on bus(pigs) ElephantShoe NSYNC PennyWar Finals 
Montreal99 NY9900 Track Frangais Clue XmasCommon 
Schoolstore ClubDance Godspell Lockin 5-1 5-00 Boy!! Prom 
Mayfaire PCC w/KelTROUBLE! lettersto Boy, quads, bonfires, 
Cape, warm hands I love you this much... Andy- I'll always love 
you- Remember the "monkeys". Thanks Mom, Dad, 
Tricia,Leanne, and both my families(Wagners). I love you. 





RYAN MATTHEW CLEMENTS 

Ry 

"It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out 

where the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of 
good deeds could have done them better." 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1-4, Track 1-4,Key Club, Amnesty, 
Boy's State 

FUTURE PLANS: College,wife,money,you know the deal. 
MEMORIES: Growin up w/Tommyguns;bkyrd ftbl w/ 
JC, dunking w/JH; WTC w/the boys PP EP TP;cruzin w/ 
Fin;Pre cal w/ TD KM MC; Jr prom w/KC;talking w/ AG 
youre the best;Sr prom w/CC; visits To Boston; partying 
w/DM,Jul in Hummarock;hanging w/chick friends; "Hey 
its really not my problem";ftbl,b-ball games w/dad,l love 
you mom, a real friend TJ,lil bro kev, thanks you guys. 





KRISTINA CLIFFORD 

"One life, one chance, gotta do it right." -H20 
FUTURE PLANS: Rock Star Girlfriend, tattoos, kids, money 
MEMORIES: All of my friends past and present - miss ya, luv 
ya. Grades 7/8 w/RA.Sk898/00. Late nights/early mornings w/ 
JH. Being metal w/JM. All the Boston boys. MadDogFace. 
12cent, TSR crews, luv ya guys. Breadstix. 121. CafeMio. 
Meatball. Canada-Boston! U-Nite. Volvos/Comp. Rm. Funway. 
Drive-Bys. Lip Gloss. CCPD-miss the days. The Bridge- 
Lansdowne. Hardcore, really hardcore. B-Drive Crew. HCS. 
OF-NS-JS. A Gun Rack? River City High-The Innocent tank 
top-haha. No Doubt. PPC what?! You won't do it. Hole. Is this . 
weird? FSU friends-thanks Mike. Thanks H20, Bouncing 
Souls for the inspiration. All shows-its not just boys fun . Thanks 
to my fam. esp- mom, dad, grandma; true friends. Bye! 








JENNIFER ANGELINA COLBY 

Jen 

"All I can say is that my life is pretty plain. " -BM 
FUTURE PLANS: Counseling? Publish a (good) book. 
MEMORIES: Stalking everyone; Prom'99-thanks Tom; 
Jen Dineen- don't slip and fall down (again); NT- thanks 
for every sun. night; Jen+Mike-I miss you. Kim-thanks 
for letting me live at your house; 9/23/00; Pearl St; Squire 
Beach; concerts: PJ, STP RHCP, NIN, all RRaves; Alan 
(Jen)-nice bio; "If I make it, I'd be amazed just to see it 
waiting and if I make it I'm still alone, no more hope for 
better days, but if I could change, then I'd really be 
amazed"~Offspring; Thanks Gramma and Mom for 
everything; Brian+Jess-I love you. ..THE END. 

JESSE MICHAEL CONANT 

Janus Marine 

"Tounderstandtheheartandmindofapersonjooknotatwhat 

he has already achieved, but at what he aspires to do" -Khalil 

Gibran 

ACTIVITIES:Soccer1-3, capt.4.basketball1 ,golf2-3, Student 

senate 3, NHS 3-4, Voice editor 4. 

MEMORIES: Ireland99, MF,DJ,EJ. ScotlandOO, DJ, EJ, TH 

Bond w/JF,SF,TH,EJ,MH,MF. Meier^s class-MF. Mtlica w/ 

LB,BB,AR,BR,JC. Cubie99w/AR,BR,JC. Playin pool w/MH, 

TH 5 second rule-CS. Applebee in NH w/LBBATP.KOTR w/ 

TH, MH, EJ,GP. PPV's w/TH,MC,GP, NW,JH,MH,EJ. 4th and 

Memorial day at JH's house. Soccef2000 w/team. My 

bestfriends4life,lloveyouallLB,RC,MF,SF,JF,EJ,TH,MH,CS. 

Lori,thanx 4 great times. I love you mom,dad,pots. 

KAITLYNN RITA CORTHELL 

Kaity 

'You've got to dance like there is nobody watching. " 

ACTIVITIES: bballl; indoor track 2; spring track 3;soccer 2-4 
(CAPT4); COED 1-4 w/ ACDMRMCWTH & others 
FUTURE PLANS: full-time coyote.masseuse with Mike. 
MEMORIES: PCC1&2; scavenging jr.yr.; Thanx Funway!; 
times with CWDMJW (BCH prom, Come On Eileen, coed);jr. 
prom '00 w/KL, and T's after; squirtin; Buffet, Third Eye Blind, 
Aerosmith; 3 Weeks In Paradise!; cuddling with T&T; teasing 
the boys; Mike likes giris. BBKTMJ/TMS&extremities (curiy, 
tank, bo-beggin, crazy, clothes-nazi, skinny, bo-bichael, tall)l 
love you guys! No smoking in the house! Kevin's m'boy-l love 
you. Thanks Mom, Dad, Matt, Dan, Adam, Grammy, Grampy, 
Nana, Grampa, & Everyone! I love you all! 

MICHAEL JAMES COWGILL 

Cow 

"Everyday's a Holiday " -JR 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1 ,2,3andcapt.4; Basketball 1 ,2,3, 
and capt.4; Baseball 1; Track 3,4; Parrothead 3,4. 
MEMORIES: Getting thru school w/the boys: McD, Lud, 
SL. SS, GK, TB, RA, CR. Chillen w/ GR, EM. Slippin w/ 
SS, TB. JR skip day at Lud's. Times at the cape. Sailing 
at Buffet. Florida trips. Hangin w/ the crew from '00. 
Walking home from RS. Cancun '99 w/ BO. Going into 
battle w/ the boys. Good Luck to all friends. Special 
thanks to Mom. Good Luck Shawn, Have fun. I'm Out! 











ADAM CHRISTOPHER CZOLPINSKI 
Nickname 

"Life is full of choices. " 

ACTIVITIES: Executive Committee 3,4; Basketball 

Manager 2; Football Manager 2,3. 

FUTURE PLANS: To go to college. 

MEMORIES: Graphics class sophomore year, going to 

the football and basketball games. Love you Mom, Dad, 

Mark-Adam 




ARTHUR ILLSLEY 

"What's happening in the news?" 
ACTIVITIES: Class of 2001 , Advisor, Geography Club, 
Key Club, Indiana Jones Fan Club 
FUTURE PLANS: To advise the Class of 2008. 
MEMORIES: Good times with Mary, Nathan and the 
Class of 2001. Canada and New York Trips. "Maps, 
Maps, Maps!" Cape Cod Cafe Pizza. Apartheid, Nuclear 
War and The Battle of Hastings classes. Mr. Illsley Day. 
EB Little League with Nl, RL, & SB. "I have better toys 
than Ms. Mason and I always will." Thanks to the officers 
and executive committee of the Class of 2001 , you guys 
are the best. 



MELISSA THERESA DAMON 

Stuffy 

"If at first you don't succeed try, try again. " 

FUTURE PLANS: go to college. 
MEMORIES: hanging out with kristy,derek,jay,mike 
waugh,and jim davidson. getting locked out w/m.w.+j.c, 
skippin w/derek. metals 1+2 Mr.Harper your the best 
teacher. Thanks to my family, papa, pat, mom, jamie, 
dad, tom, ed, auntie. To my cousin josh o'kelly for always 
being there I love you. sorry to anyone i left out your not 
forgotten. 

"IN MEMORY OF JAY O'KELLY" 




SETH DAMON 

Sethaliffigiss 

"/ want my enemies to fear me, my friends to love me, 

and everybody to respect me" -me 
MEMORIES: Halloween TB RA CR GK- DJ's apartment 
SF JF RS JD - Tattoo's w/ DJ JJ RS TW - Matty's apt. 
TW JD JJ MK - Don't worry it's in the bushes! I think I'm 
gonna be sick! River Fire w/ MT NM - New Years Eve w/ 
TW JJ JC Florida w/ the Taylor's- half days with "S.S, 
Chicken!"-Thanks to BC & KB and everyone who has 
helped me over the years. I want to thank my Mom and 
Dad for 18 wonderful years. Love you Guys. 




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KRISTIN ELIZABETH DANIELS 

"Make the best of each moment, The future is soon 
the past." 

ACTIVITIES: Keyclub 1 -4;Exec.1 -4;NHS3&4X-C 1 &2;Winter& 
Spring track 1&2. 

MEMORIES: Walks w/KB-town hall to take care of our 
"business" LDOS! Boston trips w/ TS,SJ,KS; Frog pond; 
iceskating !! WLNW; DQ;FL.tripw/SJ. Concerts w/TS Oops we 
did it. . . Again! 6/21 RM*$1 4 Rav. BSB days w/BL-BSB Concerts 
Hello have you seen NACATA! Spank the Yanks-NOMA!! 
Trips around the terrace w/KS,TS,SJ. All day mall Trips w/TS*6 
lane highway. Stalking people. Smell Of summa! Meeting 
famous people (JK) w/TS. Pre-cal W/KM.Timesw KAD, KS, 
LM, JM, & MP. 2gether w/TS. 48hrs!.Pididdle! Thank you 
Mom, Dad and Jess- 1 Love You I 

PAMELA LEIGH DeANGELO 

"A smile is universal. " 

ACTIVITIES: Class Treasurer 1-4, Student Senate 1-4, 
Key Club 1 ,2,3 Treasurer, 4 President, NHS 3,4, X-C 3, 
4 Captain, Spring Track 1-4, Winter Track 2-4 
FUTURE PLANS: happiness, travel, laughter 
MEMORIES: AUSTRALIA-LB, time checklphotoshoot 
Violent Rumbles, Swimming at all hours, starry nights, 
Sea Kayaking, he was 6'4" and full of muscles. SIC- 
SM,AS. PCC '97 '98 Julie, Adam 143, Ultimate 
Frisbee.Funway.late night rugby JS. DMB 98,00 Junior 
Miss, Girls State, Homecoming court. Calculus/food. 
Chillin' in the name of JC, Thank you, my Lord and 
Savior, Jesus. Mom, Dad, Nicole, and Kim, I love you! 

KELLY ANN DELANEY 

"Do you smell what The Rock is cooking?" -The Rock 
MEMORIES: hanging w/bfKS;bkw/L&K;KED;JRT;ibox 
cutterT-Neigh; madness of TH; chem. class; nsync 
concerts; junior prom w/EJ; sum. 00 at Mirage LV, LG 
Kevin-KS;Bob/poop jokes-MD; infinity lives & bullets & 
bullet proof windows;hit by car at HS; flying bikes-JA; 
films w/N&R; I said la; dance recitals. Good luck to you 
guys. I love you Mom, Dad, Chris, Matt, Bowser & Rudy. 
You're the best. Love Kelly ,good luck Matty 






SHAWN THOMAS DESMOND 

Buddha 

"Chigida Bugida Hoogida Wugida SLAM!!" 
ACTIVITIES: marching band TOO LONG, concert band 1-4: 
vice president 4; chorus 1-4; jazzband 1-4; drama club 1-4. 
MEMORIES: DC'94; Toronto'96; Disney'98; DC'OO; all the 
marching band rehearsals and comps; Drumline forever; 
OOSE BABY!; symphony hall; times w/ FON RM PP EP AB 
JB SFL JJ JG MW CL DO BFL MC BC ND MJ KW AG MUF 
BH ED PW SG SO RD CP VO TC BC SP TC TGO.if I forgot 
ya sorry; polka dots; fights up the hill;my wife Lori;the kids 
LM&PP; drumline/low brass football; workin' till 4 on Friday w/ 
SJ;I would like tothankMr.L, Ms. Bell.Bill, Mr. F, Greg, Lyndsay 
and all the staff for eveything you have done. Thank you Mom, 
Heather, & Lindsey for everything!!! I love you!! love, Shawn 





NICHOLE JEAN DOOLIN 
Doodle 

"Life is full of silly surprises. " 

ACTIVITIES: Colorguard 1,2,3,4 Capt.4,Winterguard 
3,4 Capt.3,4, Chorus 2,3,4. 

MEMORIES:Hangin' wJG,SD,DC,MM,MP,KO,LW,CC, 
DB,ES,AT,MA,RB,CP,FT,MT,SH,KB,SP,KW,RA,etc.sorryif 
i missed someone.Going the mall w/AT.Jr.prom w/JG best 
night evalThe river w/the EBGB's. Your awesome! Myrtle 
Beach w/MA,are yu ready for it?freshmen semi w/MPand 
DCwheres my ticket?!MP gap sistas for life! Sue your the 
bestlThanx JG for being there and i love you always To my giris 
from colorguard i still love yu all.Thanx Mom, Bill, Ryan, Kasey, 
Dakota. Thanx dad for listening and helping w/my homewori<. 
Thanx to my family I love yu all. well thats it.gotta go.BYE!!!!!!! 

JO-ANN O'BRIEN 

"Proofread carefully!" 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Class Advisor, Tomorrow's Teachers 

Club Advisor, Tech Prep Coordinator 

FUTURE PLANS: To advise the Classes of 2007 and 

2010. 

MEMORIES: The Best of Times with Artie, Kevin, Geoff, 

Tilly, and the Mimi, the Cape, New Hampshire, Disney 

World, Little League baseball, Duxbury Beach, Swan Boats, 

the Tramway, the Boston Marathon, TTC Conference, 

stitches. Red Sox games, Storyland, and elephant rides. 

Many thanks and much love to my family, friends, students, 

and colleagues. A special thank you to the Class of 2001 

officers and executive committee members. 

Best of luck to the wonderful Class of 2001 ! 

HEATHER DRISCOLL 

Hetha Hetha 

'This is the battle we've won, and with this vow, Forever has 

now begun"-Nsync "Simbukuday!" 
ACTIVITIES:Track1-4,Exec.1-4,Stud.Sen 3+4 Jrmiss, Girls 
State, SAP, NHS, WalkATalkclub-DM 
MEMORIES: times w/lucky7:JZ,MG,KC,NM,SM, DM,LL,NH 
w/ LL,EK,KB,KD,ES,HS,KC,LM, Promw/SF; JB:NSYNC 
Weekend cartrouble,"drivin"w/JD; JenMission99, "lets go to 
funway" My Favs LR, HR "tires on track2000",ShabClass,LB- 
NB'sDC/00; CRAZY! KmcDtrees+me=usPF's in FA; Niagra 
trip? cops!/tubgals;7/4,LLsoulmate143,Thanxfam hugs! 










DEBRA JEAN DUNCAN 

Debby 

"No Loneliness, no misery is worth you." -Hole 

FUTURE PLANS: To marry an awesome guy, have two 
kids, a beautiful house, a new car, and to be completely 
happy. 

MEMORIES: No curfew; Halloween '97 JL; "The Roof" 
JA, KM, QC; BR crew- never forget ya's; Taunton; FL:. 
'99; first trip w/ LF; New Year's Eve '99 JL, DC- I can 
laugh about it now; scars for life; getting lost; Are u okay 
to drive? RiverRave2000CM, SB, LW, RC; Mytreehouse; 
Filene's; MS's bs; shotgun "My Car"; Shoutouts to 
everyone, We had some good times; For all the trouble, 
Thanx mom and dad. Luv Debbs- 








THOMAS DAVID DUQUETTE Jr. 

Duke 

Genesis 1:12 

ACTIVITIES: Fball 1-4, W.Track 2-4, S.Track 1-4, 

His.Club 3, NHS 3-4 

FUTURE PLANS: Dictator, urn, I mean President, of the 

United States, exotic car collection, 24/7/365 

Memories: theqpw/thecrew.massdestructionatfunway. 

rolLin'intheElcamino/waGon/explorer/silly'sroom.bond/ 

wrestlemAnia2000/nfl2k1 .wu-tangcoilectlon. 

superjam(2)cashmoneysmokingrooveZhardknocklifE. 

myparties.tripstojamaica.4fieldcrest.boxjumping.the3amigos. 

Seniors, We outtie. Much love. 



MARK JOSEPH FERIOLI 
Jofish/Arctic Commando 

"English, who needs it? I'm never going to England." 

-Homer Simpson 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4 
FUTURE PLANS: Computers or building things. 
MEMORIES:friends, JC, TH, MH, EJ, AR; Meier's class, 
JC, shoe of life; boating trips, JC, TH, MH, MT, Sherm, 
stupid MEP's; NH with family; saco trip with mike and 
friends; playing pool, alex and chris; DDD Bond JC, SF, 
TH, MH, EJ, JF; Times w/ RP, SF; Crean's class;Ski 
trips, WH, LH; Racing, MW, JS; Dances; Thanks Mom, 
Dad, Mike 



SEAN RYAN FINDLAY 
Siberian Special Forces 

"/ am so smart, I am so smart, S-M-R-T, Dohl I mean 
S-M-A-R-T"- The Wise Man Simpson 
MEMORIES: EBHS Dance floor. I annoy Heather so much. 
Flirtn' w/stef. Funway Crew. Tom, Jesse, Mike, Ryan, Frosty, 
McD, Cowgill, Luddy, Corey, McC, Briis, Katie, Brighid, Meghan, 
Tarah, Jill, Karrisa, Nicole, Danielle. 3 weeks of freedom. Bottle 
4 eva. Girls are no substitute for a playstation (2). I am the King 
of Goldeneye (Ha Jesse) NCFL. Rumble in the Moon Walk. 
Jesse, the list, 7-12. Mike, pool(thekind without water).Water 
Wars. Tom, prank call, bad idea. "I like the cut of you jib 
Simpson" IWIHS TDD SITLOML IWTMLTN I'll miss you Matt 
and Gram. I could never ask for a better sis, don't ever change 
buddy. EBHS-no better place to sleep. 

LAUREN ELIZABETH FOLLONI 

Laur 

"...the wind will rise, /We can only close the shutters. " 

FUTURE PLANS: Get rich, get a porsche, get happy 
MEMORIES: 2 lifelong friendships I shall never forget! 
Sand, my 1 + only- Words can't describe what we have. 
Hate ya 4-eva! Heath, luv u! Our times 2gether were 
some Of my best! 2 Tanks! AMY! LOVE! RIP! Taylur, u 
r the best. Sydney, I luv u so much! Mom, Kate, Seth, 
Erin, Nanny, Grandpa (good luck! Luv u!) SDCKMSNMG! 
I LOVE U ALL SO MUCH! When things were hard u all 
helped! My eternal thanx! SKYLUR, I luv u, I think of u, 
I cherish u, I miss u! Forever + always! Love always- Me! 





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FROST 

Frosty 

"There is no challenge that cannot be met, no dream that 
cannot be achieved. " - Me 

ACTIVITIES: Key Club 1 -4; Exec. 1 -4; NHS 3-4; Soccer 
1-4; Cptn 3-4; Basketball 1-4; Track 2-4;Cptn 4. 
MEMORIES: Times w/MABFAMMMRHTH. Vietnam 
swim. Prom 00. chillin w/J's. Bond w/THSFJCEJ. 
Summers at Augi's cottage. Essence at TM's house w/ 
THMHKCBWJS. Montreal 00-w/MABFJLAM; Teasers. 
Crash 99 w/MA; We died. Bus rides w/THDJGHCBJC 
EJ. BF's lime green bike. Revs&Celts games. Dog 
Track;-bet 2-5. Wheel barrel. U-1 7 League Champs. 
I love you Mom, Dad and Nicole. Thanks 4 everything. 

MAURA ELIZABETH GARDNER 
Moe 

"You will find as you look back upon your life that the 
moments when you have truly lived are the moments 
when you have done things in the spirit of love. " 
ACTIVITIES: field hockeyCaptain #8;indoor/spring track 
Captain;NHS;key club;executive,StudentSenate 
MEMORIES: laughing w/JZ-BFF-cereal!,SMbritney, 
HDcUtie "hYa!",KCcrazy, DM/NM-huh?,ML my love.MR, 
lucky7!JScaptsnow,loveBanditTM;terriPD,MA- 
blessU!oldtimesw/SM,FHchics&fastgirls2000;banner! 
JRpromNYw/mark-you'rethebest.clubbin'w/theGirls; 
Homecoming99&00; tiresONtheTrack!;4thofJuly/after- 
semiParties, football games;Thanks to everyone who's 
been here for me, Mom, Dad, Joe&Katie, I love you all. 

EMILY B. GOODE 

Emm 

"Life goes by so fast, you only wanna do what you think 

is right, close your eyes and it's past, story of my life. " 

-Social Distortion 
ACTIVITIES: Key Club 1,2; Torch 2; Field hockey 1-4 
FUTURE PLANS: Live life as it comes to me. 
MEMORIES: Times w/FH team, "team loser"; chem. 
FIRE!; Art; library w/KW,AO,JR,KC,NM; Bio w/Cush; 
xmass&summers w/JD,JD,RB; warped tour; *27; mall 
thp; All the times i've ever had w/KW,AO,SS,KS,TS, 
SJ,PD,LR,SH,CF,BF Thank you Mom, Dad, Becky, 
Chels, & Beth I love you. 







JOSHUA ALFRED EZEKIEL GOULSTON 

Special J 

"This is a time in our lives where everything is falling apart 
but, at the same time it's all coming together " -Grade 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1-4, Concert Band 1-3, Key Club 1,4 
FUTURE PLANS: To go to college and hopefully make 
it in the music business. To keep having fun. 
MEMORIES: Parties of the Summer with, Jake, Nick, 
Matt, Dave, Steve, Bob, Brittney, Kaylee. Chillin w/Matt, 
Paul, Bob, Rob, Dave, Jen, Emilly, Jay. Respite! After 
School Bottle. All the shows I've been to, bands I've been 
in. Lost& Found. Kaitlyn, I miss you. Liz, I love you. Mom 
& Dad, Jen and Matt. Thank you. I have so much more 
to write, but not enough room. Thank you All. Peace and 
love. Josh 






DANIEL EDWARD GOUTHRO 
Guth 

"Communication Without Intelligence Is Noise... 
Intelligence Without Communication... Is Irrelevant." 

-Some Smart Guy 
ACTIVITIES:Marching Band Concert Band Jazz Band 
Concert Choir Rhythmix Soccer Drama Amnesty (El 
Presidente) Executive Geo Club 
MEMORIES: FSU! JCWisNoGood-Florida Trip-Hanging 
Out With All My Friends French Class = Good Times- 
LGM VII - Always Being Single? WORD! GoodTimesAt 
Shaws? To Everyone I Know.Thanks For The Help 
Gettin Here, Esp. Mme. Sra Mr I Mr L & Mrs C - AH Luv 
Ya&Thanks! Mom, Dad, Rob, Joe, John, Lisa & Lexi-I 
Can't Thank You Enough. 

RICHARD A. GREGOR 
Wretched 

"Wake up and strengthen what you have before it dies 
completely. " 

MEMORIES: The condo's, hanging with seven, lynxx. 
Lox, merlyn hoax, Gabriel, rainbow, the rest of the condo 
crew. Never getting my way Cheezits! Parties with 3p, 
going to fl. AG, JG, JD, GD> I love you all. Mom, dad, 
thank you for your love and support through all these 
years. Thanks to Mr. Corrigan for all your help, and to the 
people I forgot, you must have not been important. R.G. 




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SARAH LYNNE GREGORY-BARTON 

Sadie 

"Never allow expectation to put limits on destiny." 
ACTIVITIES: Marching Band, Concert Band, NHS, Concert 
Choir, Rythmix, Madrigals, STAND, Drama, Jazz Band 
MEMORIES: So it's like PRINGLES?!~My Entourage 
NESBA~PCC~GS~D***Pollen!~District~SEMSBA~PETSA 
26+6=1 -Proving a pt~BUNNY NOSE!~Watishiwa~ 
Ex.St.Quotas-Don't sit on quilty! -BandTrips- TWEET 
Pick l&Stick w/it ~3MKTS~Walk w pride Laddy-Shen! 
THANKS& LOVE: Mentors, Mom, Da, Papa.Grammy, PBJ&D 
SB~EG~DM~DB~AR~AR~LT~LD~RA~SH~JP~OR~MP~ 
JR~JB~GL~NMKB~KB~JF--JF~LV~BD~BD~TM~TH~KZ~ 
AF~RC~FV~PB~MS~MS~MSMW~AM~EF~NF~HN~HC~KK~ 
DC~JH~BA~PT~MO~RB~TA~AH~AH~AH 

TIMOTHY E. HANLON 
Tim 

MEMORIES: w/SD,HM,EC,JB,NB,JD,sAFC4EVA, chillin 
w/NL,CH,MH,SD,HM,EC.JB,NB, seinor year LM, KS, 
KD, DD, KM, MW, prom w/KD, JC, BW, SJ, TS, BL, NM, 
SB, HD, 7+8grade w/KH: thanx 4 being a friend; NT: 
EvilSpain.NL: Im Sorry, Thanx 4 everything I so lucky to 
have you as A friend, MH thanx for being there I love you, 
NL+MH IDon't know where I'd be w/out you guys. CH 
SP, rollin® theparkw/LM, KS,KD,KM,KD,+KM,greatfun. 
Chemistry waz the some "THE CRACK."TTTT:MW. OH 
MH ulooka lika JOE: PONE. MOM, DAD, NANA, NANA, 
PAPA, COLLEEN, KERRI, COURTNEY, SOX: ThankU 
guys4everything. Thanxtomyfriends4beingthere 








THOMAS PATRICK HANSBURY 
Orumov 

"Always do right. This will gratify some people and 
astonish the rest. " -Mark Twain 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2 Capt.3-4; Indoor Soccer1-4;Spring 
Soccer 1-4; Basketball 1-2; Track 2; Baseball 3;NHS 3, Pres. 
4; Exec. 4 

FUTURE PLANS: Gotocollege, get married, keep havingfun! 
MEMORIES: Doubles, Gingerbread w/ RC,18th B-DayO 
Cowgirl, Summer 2000-3 weeks w/BW, MR, KC,KL, SF, BC, 
MH, JS, TM. "Squirt Club." Sebago 97 + NJ 00 w/ RC. Co-ed 
w/ DM,DJ, JL, CS, LB, SM, KC, MH. Scotland 2000 w/ JC, 
EJ,DJ. State Toum.-1999. Prom w/ Dm-U Rule. DMB w/ 
TP,LB,NM. Funway-Whatajob.whata place! Giddo: I'llAlways jf 
Love you. Mom, Dad & Erica-I love u all, Thanks for everything! 

W. RYAN HARDY 

Wally 

"Sometimes life can get you down, sometimes life can 

get you up, and sometimes life can do both at the same 

time."- Me and Dave C. 

ACTIVITIES: Key Club 1; EB Watershed 2; NHS 3-4; 

DeMolay 1-4. 

FUTURE PLANS: I plan to go to college for computer 

programming, or other related degrees. 

MEMORIES: French w/ JP, AR, DJ, and of course MG. 

DeMolay w/ AR, PK, DC, BS, KH, JC,MF, KE, CH, and all 

the others. Wazzzup 2 all the Rainbows: JS, HZ.AS, ES, 

and all the others. Thanx 2 my family, Mom, Dad, and Keith, 

I luv u all. GL Class of 2001 III 




MICHAEL SEAN HOLBROOK 

Mayday 

"You'll miss the best things if you keep your eyes shut. " 

FUTURE PLANS: Moving to California to act. 
MEMORIES: SummerOO. Playing Bond, squirting people, 
BJ's, Meg's house. "Holbrook made me breakfast" football 
games with KS. Best buds JC TH SF BW MR JS KC BL 
TM LB CS BA KS JC LF CJ I love you all. I liked working 
at Dunkin Donuts. I liked working at the bistro. Free stuff 
rules. Funway 4-L. Summer Anthem "wasting time" 
Pish-posh 2-U BW, thats poppycock, monkeys R fun. 
Offroading in the lumina. Cosmic bowling JR year. Much 
love to my dad, mom, and brother Chris. 





KENDRA HOLMES 

Legz 

"Know my mind, you can have my body, know my heart, 

you can have my soul. " -me 

MEMORIES: Multiple Personalities. Hangin w/ the giriz 
Boobz , Shorty, & Curlz. "Lets run the track!" GR Partying 
in the camper + shed. Falling off the skittle! Old times w/ 
DC MM SP MA MP CS. MC KL SL KM beats RB! The 
Jetty. Jr. Skip Day. Chillin w/GR KW SH CR EM CS MM 
KO CP RA CP GK SS TB JW BO TB CW BB SB NM LB 
WT summer of 2000! Thanks Mom for always being 
there, I love you! Thanks JG, Sue. Love you Dad. Good 
Luck Ry, Tiff & Joe. Everyone else Thank You! 





MICHELLE HOPKINS 




SHANE HYNES 

Spaz 

"Tis Time to Pa/t" -after 12 years with the same people, 
I think Thomas Paine said it best. 
FUTURE PLANS: World Domination? I'll settle for computer 
engineering. 

MEMORIES: French 1-2 with Mme G. CS and FA with 
JD,JR,JL,and the rest of the famed "A" Team Skatin' with 
CS and DS, The Meier song, CJ's Communist run for 
Student Senate, The Celebrity With JP and JT, Dunkies 
with JP, and ALL the Dunkies staff, To my Good 
buds,JP,JB,JT, you guys rock and will go places. Times 
with BB, the Studio, Grahm's shop, "im not bon"CJ,BB, and 
Marvin! MW wit/AD,JB,DM,AB,JB and Tephra's Crew It 
was fun but can only get better from here. 

COLE ROBERTS JENNESS 

Cole-J Simpson 

"Money doesn't make the man, the man makes the 

money" 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1-4; Track 1-3; Winter Track 2; 

NHS 3 

FUTURE PLANS: Become a stock broker and get rich 

MEMORIES: 12/28/98; cosmic bowling w/KS, MH, CS; 

Driver's Ed; IHLF club w/KS, CS, CC, MT;Boston w/ KS, 

CS, MT; Jr. Prom w/Kimmy; Col. WE 99/ pukes at Duke's 

parties 1 and 2; the long walk home; chillin; MST; Corey's 

room; Plymouth; beach; fairs w/KS, TD, CS; Thanks 

Mom, Dad, and Sam; I Love You Kimmy 





ERIC JOHNSON 
Sherman 

"Life is about taking risks and requires you to jump. Don't 

be a person who has to look back and wonder what they 

would have had, or could have had. " 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1 -4, Captain 4; Golf 1 -3; Key Club 

1-4; Executive Committee 1-4; NHS 3-4 

FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, get a good job, get 

married, but most of all, be happy. 

MEMORIES: 2000 Soccer Season, best ever. Beating 

the alumni team; BRISCTripsw/JC,TH,DJ,MF;Bondw/ 

TH,JC,JF,SF.MF; "Good Dubies" CS, LB; Prom w/ JM; 

Sox Games w/ JC; Thanks everyone 4 love & support. I 

love you Mom, Dad, Alicia, and Brian. I'll never forget you 

nanny. 








SARA HEURLIN JOHNSON 

"If you can dream it, you can achieve it, if you want it, you can 
become it." 

ACTIVITES: FH 1-4, Drama 1-4, Chorus 1-4, Exe. Com. 1-4 
MEMORIES: Thesmellofsumma Boston Trips Blink*NSYNC 
Clubbin' LOSER CREW Spain'OO Cosmic Bowling Florida 
Trips w/KD Frog Pond WLNW River Rave Drivin' W/Mo 
Fridays w/Shawn Domino's w/T "I like big butts" Terrace Trips!! 
Hemp Fest. DQ Hey Kate I'll ROSHAMBO Ya for it!! Cleptos 
Commando Rudy's Twins 48 hrs. Kill the beast!! The Daily 
Grind w/Mo and Skins Canada Ballads BK Arcades Holidays 
w/T-dog D.C. P-town Mall Trips w/SS Helios' KDTSKSEG 
NMSSSSMPSDMANTKBJMKWLMAWKRRMJTLLKB 
Thanks to Mum, John, Aunty Cara and Uncle Ed, I Love You. 

DANIEL JOSEPH JOUGHIN 

Joughin 

"Obstacles are things you see when you take your 

eyes off your goals. " 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 1,2,3,4 
Baseball 1,3; Golf 2; BRISC 2,3; NHS 3,4, Boy's State; 
PCC; JPA. 

FUTURE PLANS:Go to school, live long and get rich 
MEMORIES: Times w/AH,MF,MT,JG,GH,RG,CB, 
JF,TH,JC,EJ; BRISC trips w/MF,JC,TH,Sherm; Proms 
w/AH; BU-1 7 Champs; Fireworks w/MF; RUIN; Going to 
get RG socks w/GH,JF,RG; Tourney w/JF,MF,JC,TH, 
MT,EJ; Not since 00'; Rob'sw/BR,PK,NS,RR,JP,RM,LS; 
Thanks to everyone that helped me; Love ya Mom, Dad, 
Brian, Mike, Ashley. 

LUKE JULIUS 

"Would you choose water over wine and hold the wheel 
and drive." -Incubus. 

MEMORIES: ICEGLENN 98 Cedar Swamp Randy's 
Camp Me Fishing and stuff with BJ JG NT ZC DK KM KK 
BJ RJ CS DN CVS with JD JB RP AM AS funny stuff 
jumping Many other good times with NT BC BW MZ MB 
DB JC SL KR Nl AL JD JC NG Jeremy did something 
stupid! Matty B's lost with MP BW MB At Will Redskins 
#1 PJ VH OZZ FEST 00 BFD Gettysburg Duds Show 
eggs RED 28 BR with CW ZC JG Hm Hm Hm Hm Hm 
with me JS HUNTING FISH ING BSA WITH THE FAMILY 
I LOVE YOU ALL. Remember the family misses you 
DUSTY. @ 

KRISTEN MARIE KENDRICK 
Special K 

"Only a person who risks is free. " 
ACTIVITIES:Key Club 1,3,4; Exec. 2-4; yearbook 4; 
Fieldhockey manager 1 ; softball 1 -4, varsity 2-4, capt. 4 
MEMEORIES: softball 21-1, almost banner, "outfield"-MR & 
MD, bus rides, capt. w/SM&MR. NSYNC w/BW,AW,MP. BW- 
stalkers, guy talks. Hockey w/TP,SK,KM&BF. Long talks w/ 
SK. Mitch-life, "car wreck" in ME. Prom 99 w/TP,MH and gang. 
Mono from MH'scold. Norwell w/TM,KS,KC,BC,MR,KC,BW. 
The six plus two. Little black book. Awesome times w/SR- 
"Come On Over, Come On Over Baby" Love Ya Lots! Per.8w/ 
CB,JW&KC. JR-Love Ya Doll. Thank you everyone. I luv u 
Mom, Dad, David & Kelly. Thanx for everything A.Cindi-l luv u. 







^LLi 



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ERIN LEIGH KENNEY 

"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty 

of their dreams." -E.Roosevelt 

ACTIVITIES: Key 4;Exec. 1-4;NHS 3-4, off. 4; Soccer 1-4 

(Rock. 1 7-1 );B-ball 1 -4 (Rock. 26-1 ); Soft. 1 -2 (21-1 ); Track 

3-4. 

FUTURE PLANS: College, Masters, $$, Travel, build my 

own house. 

MEMORIES: Prom 00' w/ ML,LM,KD,KS,KM,LL. NH 7- 

1 4,Ski w/KB. Good x's w/HD, KB, KD, BW, JP, KK, ES, DY, 

Sweeper, CO big 4head football gms. w/KC.B-ball gris: BL 

what!!, MR, NB, AM, AN. Soc. grIs: NM,KC,DM,JZ,SM. 

17th B-day. Thanks guys 4 good times! I love you Mom, 

Dad, and Matt. 

GARY R. KINGMAN 
KInga 

"The only pain that matters is the pain you inflict. " 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1-3capt. 4; Baseball 1; Lifting 1-4. 
MEMORIES: Halloween w/TB, CR, SD, RA; Coming 
home from plymouth w/TB, SS Let me get yo #; Cruzin 
the strip w/SB; Hangin at grams w/ the u crew SB, MB, 
BC , BP, RS; Homecoming 99'; hangin w/FT back in the 
day; Hangin at the circle w/SL, DL, ML, CH, SV, KV, 
JI;Nights after the pasta test w/SS, DL, BD, MC, KL; 
Thanks for everything mom, dad, jay, keri,and mikalya. 






AMY LEE LANE 

"Prick your finger it is done the moon has now eclipsed 

the sun the angel has spread its wings the time has come 

for better things. Repent." 

FUTURE PLANS: Get a job, try and take care of myself 

and try to enjoy my life. 

MEMORIES: To my family. Thanks for putting up with 

me. Heather, I'm glad we came around, I love you all. 

Oints and cid w/ KP, CF and pond scum-be careful. Mimi, 

Grumpy, Nana and Grandpa, I love you all, Thankyou for 

Sticking with Me! 




MARK ANDREW LAWLER 
Poopie 

"It's nice to know that someone cares about you, who 
really doesn't have to. " 

Laura, remembered always as my best friend. Late night 
hours working at Wendys with KK, AP, BS, KT, HB, RB, 
KK, AK & AS. Junior Prom with EK. Good times at Pops 
Cottage. THx EE & Marlene Summer of 2000. Good 
times with DG. Special thanks goes to Mrs. O, Mrs. D, 
Mrs. P & Mrs. K, for showing me my full self-worth. NHS 
Thx Mom & Dad 4 your love, support & encouragement. 








SCOTT LOCKHART 
Scoota 

"ONL Y GOD CAN JUDGE ME. " -2pac 
MEMORIES: times hangin out w/pond crew, Runnin w/ 
the boyz, River Rave "what happened, Partying @ My 
crib, river, moylans, Milks, jakes, keiths and the living 
room. Hittin tha, Pittin in the heep. Times w/ Meg D. the 
mini gym. Zip gone but not forgotten. Party on New years 
2000. Chillin in my boat. Doin what I can't write on paper. 
Detective Allen and his crew.,JMKBESJBDB 
JGPSMSSMSSBWKMMCGKRAKZCCDLMLAF. 
Snowboard trips. Special thanx to my mom, dad and 
family. 



LACEY JOY LOUGHLIN 
Spacey 

"We wander into the past lost withiout old friends, but 

guided by memories of the past. " 

ACTIVITIES: Executive 1 -3, Track indoorl -2, outdoor 1 - 

2, x-country 1-2 

FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, get a job I like, get 

married 

MEMORIES:TJmes with heather featha and the ez 

ridersTimes with Steve, Always love youlProm 2000; 

Heathers house "talks";PF's in Florida; "back up the 

truck"; "Oji"-hd:Fruitty iced tea: NH w/ LM, HD, HS, ES, 

EK, KD, KM., KC'Niagra Falls "trip much" "Insurance"- 

LM 

KEVIN LUDDY 

Lud 

"GIVE ME A V." 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1 ,2,CAPT 3,4 Basketball 1 ,2,3,4 
Parrot Head 2,3,4 FDT 2,3,CAPT 4 
MEMORIES: Sailing with the CAPTAIN; Cape house 
Bench w/ MC KM;SKIP DAY; Prom 00 w/ Kaitlynn;Pre 
Game w/ Scoot; Florida Trips; DMB w/ DC; Pats Game w/ 
MC KM; P.P. PERP W.H.Chums: McD,COW Party NEVA 
ends;SL,GK,TB,TH,GR,MT,KD,JF,SS,SF,KC,DC,Kaitlynn 
I'll Love you always thank you + fam. THANX to the 
McDermott and Cowgill families "only the good die 
young" MOM+MERIDITH RJ, Grandmom Thanx for all 
your help and love; on to the next party; love, me 

JAMES LYDON III 

"I got nothing to fear but fear and I'm not afraid" - TRee 
FUTURE PLANS: go into Marines, become police 
officer 

MEMORIES: Hanging out w/CS, Pg, Jg,RM, BA, TF, 
KM, BC, LS, Summerof 2000 Six Flags. Hey Ryan Hows 
it go wh Right; Ozzfest 2000 w/ RO, LL, SW; Pat was that 
couch comfortable? I want to say thanks to my mom and 
dad and all my friends. 










BRIGHID SIOBHAN LYNCH 

Brig 

"Are you serious?" -Tim Brown 

ACTIVITIES: Key Club1-4;Exec.1-4; Stud Sen.4; X-C 124; 

Winter/Spring Trackl -4. 

FUTURE PLANS: Full time Coyote! 

MEMORIES: Times w/ KDTSJBSSNTKBPD;BSB w/Kris&T- 

Dawg; Lyric Poems w/Jess;Cosmic Bowling; Canada/NY/ 

Fla;Making floats;Dancin'w/my girls; Satmeets Tennis Ball! 

BurgerKing?!JS-"thumb-joke"Whattaunew??Nonoseriously- 
NWJT;X-MasCarolsw/JSBWKC;Mboro Fields;Scavenger 
HuntslStrippers?! Summer '00 Bond/Squirt GunslKCMH- 
Wanna play a game?rm Spent!Times w/SB Ur Great! Love 2- 
BBKTMJ/TMS Good LucklThanks Mom, Dad, Jen, Vicki, 
Gram & Gramp! I love you all! 

KRISTEN MacDONALD 
Kris 

FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, marry Justin, and have 
a family 

MEMORIES: BB W/ DD KM MS JA CM RC SBISMG W/ 
AP JD DD LJ Don't go back to Milton JB TK Jr. Prom 00' 
W/ JB Maine W/ JB JD RM Six Flags W/ JB Nantasket 
Beach NSYNC necklace JED Ozzfest 99' Mariah Carey 
00' Hi Ben Korn+Metallica 00' NSYNC 00' Monster Jam 
00' OOH Justin remember the $1 00 on the pier? Thanx 
Mom + Rick. Justin, I LOVE YOU and I always will. That's 
it I'm out! 



COURTNEY IVIARIE MACOMBER 

"There's a danger in lovin' somebody too much and it's 
said when you know its your heart they can 't touch, there 's 
a reason why people don't stay who they are, sometimes 
love just an't enough." 
ACTIVITIES: cheerleading and field hockey 
MEMORIES: the hoodie crew-jess you're my girl-tina don't 
forget your roots-skins you got 2 down 1 to go-berrio you're my 
dwarf-school mornings w/ cassie-parties-living room p-lines- 
river-comoues beach-dropouts-yeastin in easton-EBC-times 
w/corey-yoints-yahoo-pilgrams-blairs grad party-skeezin- 
mgnt.-TSR-HCS-the loft-going to Plymouth w/ JA-"everyones 
doing if -dennis' NY party OO'-football games- anthony-mm#1 - 
hotel rooms-PC at scooters-4-wheeling-concerts-proms-katie 
M-summer scams-dates-pep talks w/skippa-rocky-EBGBs 

TARAH MARTELL 

T 
"Don't cry because it is over, smile because it happened. " 
FUTURE PLANS: To become a fulltime Coyote! UmNoH20! 
ACTIVITIES: FH 1-4;BBCheering 1 ,2 Capt 3,4; Track 2-4 
MEMORIES: Lifebegins® 1 *9*00;BBKTMJ/TMS-3wksin Hvn! 
$50Shots;Tumblin w/Griz*Thanx 4 bein in the middle Skinny* 
SF-TairKCbodypillow;AM'sw/KC&TB! LuvBdt&Ess;98°; Rave 
'00; 3EB; MRKCBWBUSTHSFMHTBKLBCSB-SMDMNM 
PD~JFKMKKCC-UPHOCKEY*FH Banner* KSKCMRJSMG 
RARB-clubbinw/my girls! Semi@MG; Jetty: TBGKCRMTRR 
RAetc;JrPromw/Timmy-sorryguys!ThanxteamFunway~Get 
meaGOB;Montreal;666Soap&LstHwy;Orgazmo;KC'sOMG! 
6Flags;JenMiss99;Tsteddy;ThanxGir1s-l rU! Summer& times 
w/Tim-l Love You-Thanx Mom,Dad,KiKi&JJ-GoodLuck'01 











LINDSAY ANNE MATEIRO 

Lin 

"Life moves pretty fast, if you don't stop and lool< around 

once in a while you could miss it. " 
ACTIVITIES: X-C 1; Exec.com. 1-2;NHS 3-4,Sec.4; 
Tom.Teachers 4, VP 4;Girls' State 3;dancin-13yrs 
FUTURE PLANS:Go to college, get married.have kids 
MEMORIES:Times w/BHBMKS-Bff-KDLLJSPKMEKE 
SKHSSTSSJJBLRLBSBJPHDKDTHBBKBPBMSKC, 
shabclass, BKw/K&K, proms CVS, J-me, 3/19, insurance, 
farmSCM, I say La w/Kel hockeygames, 1 2/31 /99, BM+LM=DT, 
-Go hide?, campin, limoride, oldgroup, Nate-I'll miss u too, 
chemistry, PCDC, B's in PJs, CB'n, shtstk, 2windy, 7/10, the 
park, MV, I Miss you Bumpy, Bobby you're my angel-l love u 
Thank you Mom, Dad, Nana, Billy-I love you guys. 

NICOLE MARIE MAUGER 

NIkki 

"Life can only be understood backwards but it has to be 

lived towards. " 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1-3 Capt. 4; Bball 1-3 Capt. 4; Track 1- 
3 Capt. 4; Exec. 1-4, Key Club 2-4; NHS 3-4; Stud. Sen. 4 
MEMORIES: Hangin with KC SM JZ DM MG HD:Lucky 7; 
soccergirls "shirtsies," pasta tests; Sat. meets; Russel/Sunshiny 
days-Kissa&Stef; CRAZY! Norwich ball:TM KC; Bball vs. R.H. 
26-1 ! MR EK; Boston/ Noodle Trail DM SM JZ; 4 x us, um no! 
@ tap's; KC b/f/f, cookouts; J. prom w/ DC; football games; 
concerts; parties; tub-Jess; 4th of July; Funway, DD, PM?; S.C. 
toms.; times w/ BD; Kristen C. G-towna! growin up w/ the boys 
in Quincy; to all my friends I luv u & stay real; thanx for 
everything mom&dad; Matt-keep up the hard work! I love you 
all 

NATHANIEL EDWARD MAY 

Nate Dawg 

"Yo, life is hell and that's grown to be expected, the only 
way to cope with the pain is to except it. " -E-Town 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1 ; My Tum 1-4; Golf 1 ,2,3 Capt. 4 
MEMORIES: I love you Kelly!! Pickinflowersformy Mel. Allmy 
friends/family-(Jimi, Dan, Rich, Ryan, Ant). Hangin down at the 
studios with the Casey and all the other weirdoes. Shows w/ my 
band, (Meat, Goon, BigJon, Mike), you guys got me through 
some hellish times. Keep it brutal!! Ozzy 98,99,00; Metallica 
98/00. IRON MAIDEN "00"!! OH MAN!! Oh yeah, GOLF IS 
COOL!! Well Lindsay, we didn't kill each other! I'll miss you!! 
Hey Matt,EMILIO!! Thanks to my Mom(s),Dad(s), Joel, Jim, 
Kelly and Melissa. Thank you for believing in me till the end. I 
love you all!! It's time to bounce. LADA! 

KEVIN PATRICK McDERMOTT 
KMcD 

"If you only look at what is, you might never attain what 
could be. " 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1 ,2,3Capt4; Basketball 1 ,2,3, Capt. 4; 
SpringTrack2,3,Capt.4; Baseball 1;NHS3,4;ParrotHead3,4. 
FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, make some money, get 
married and become fat. 

MEMORIES: Growing up in the Rock; All the times w/ Lud 
&Cow(topdawgs);Chillinw/TB,GK,SL,JF,SS,SF,RC,TH, 
EM,GR,TM,LR,DM,CC,& all my boys who r out;STEFF 
143 (8/30/99); Cape house;Walk from smittys';Sailing at 
Buffet;B&E at TM w/KL;Prom; S.Miller w/ PT;lntense Mini- 
Golf;Sledding;3 amigos; Playin ball;Having fun.Thanks, 
Mom, Dad,& Brian. Love, Kevin. 











STEFANIE JEAN McHUGH 

Stef 

"Until you find something worth dying for you're not 

really living. " 

ACTIVITIES: soccer 1-4, Softball 1-4-capt., Indoor track 
2-4, executive 1-4, key club 1-4, NHS 3-4, Girls' State. 
MEMORIES:Dani/BFF-ok no more detours! Soccergirls. 
CRAZY! Russel-sunshiny days w/Kissa+Nikki. Tires on 
track-2000. 21-1:MR/KK. Fires @ JL's. BuGaboo-TM. 
Boston Noodle Trail. SIC-PD&MA. Britney/MG. 
BCHprom/ST. Amherst. LoveBandit! Beaches and Clubs 
w/MA. Flirtin w/SF. Co-ed.w/ TH DM KC CP. Mission 
trips. Romans 15:13-Praise. Thanks Mom for always 
being there for me. Good luck Ryan and Kim- 1 love you 
all! Luv~Stefanie 

ERIN LYN MONDEAU 
Shorty 

"Fate only takes you so far, it's up to you to finish the rest. " 
ACTIVITIES: Football Cheerleading 1 ,2, Capt.3, 4; Bas- 
ketball Cheerleading 1,2,3; Executive 1,2,3,4. 
FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, get married and be happy. 
MEMORIES: Hanging out w/ GR, KH, RB, TM, KW, KC, 
LB, CS, MM, JW, BO, BB, TB, KD, KM, KL, MC, SL, SS, 
RA, CP. To my girls, multiple personalities. Love u guys. 
Funny He he. Superstar! Nights at Scooters. Just throw 
it, KC. Parties, JS Day at Luddy's, Proms, I've had a 
blast. Joel, thank you for everything- 1 love you 1/1 8/00. 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Donna, Dennis, and Matt for all your 
love and support. I'm out. Love Erin 

DANIELLE ELISE MORRISSEY 
Danni 

"You don't stop laughing because you grow old, you 
grow old because you stop laughing. " 
ACTIVITIES: Varsity soccer #8, 1 -4 Capt.4; Indoor Track 
1-2; Coed soccer 1-4; Exec. 1-4. Key Club 1-2,4. 
MEMORIES: BFF/SM.LOVEBANDITI-TM. Fires® 
JL's.Stef,no more short cuts? Plymouth RRMASMK. 
walks w/HD. Soccer girls shirtsies. Girls of '99, we miss 
yalAmherst. Football games. Prom w/TH-The best 
datelBCH prom/JWKCCW.Boston- JZ SMNM. 7/4/00- 
MG's. bugaboo/T+S.No More Parties HD! Talks w/ 
Krissy.KC's party. Nantasket beach. Homecoming. I'll 
miss you all, it was fun. LuvyaMom, Dad, John, Kris and 
Mike. Good Luck and Thanks 4 everything. 

NICOLE MOTTE 











KRISTEN M. MURPHY 

Kris 

"It's not the way you fall, it's how you get up. " 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Jr. Miss, Key Club, and Girls 
State. 

MEMORIES: Times w/ HS,LL,LM,KS,KD,DM,EK,ES, 
DM,KC,NH '97+'98-"The Fall"; Fourth w/ Dave and Kevin; 
KD- "How do u shoot up between yourtoes?"; Pre-Cal w/ 
KD; Dancin' w/ HD, LL, LM, HS. Prom w/ MB; "Crazy"- 
KC;Homecoming '99; "The Cops Are Here"; Mike-I can 
only wish; Chem w/ LM,KS,KD,KD,TH; Mission '99; 
summa '00; Triangle w/ HS,LL; talks w/the girls; KS+LM- 
Cape Cod; KS-Nate???? MD-we're too good for him; 
Meg-i luv ya kid. Good Luck Kate. Thanks Mom and 
Dads and Gramma-i miss you. Good Luck '01. 

SEAN NICHOLS 
Catfish 

"I can do everything through him who gives me strength. " 
Philippians 4:13 W.W.J. D. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1-4; Lifting 1-4; H-Club 1-4. 
FUTURE PLANS: To make Mom, Dad, & Mr. Crean proud. 
MEMORIES:Chillinw/MO,DC,BD,AR,KC,WS,BR, 
NS,CO,SL,RM,JG,PL,RS,FC, RS,CM,SC,HC,RP,AB, 
NC,KB,MH,JC,JS,CD,VO,DC,LC. BIGGER, FASTER, 
STRONGER w/M J, BD.SL. I'm not a stalker! Brett's house 
w/DD,DD,DD,RD. Six Flags. Do you know what's ironic 
about a $20 bill? Nichols Studio. Sham & Eshella. Locker 
room with Nelly after a shutout. 219! MATH is great but 
His. is the only sub. I luv u Mom,Dad,Kayla, + Michelle 
Andrew Jackson wuz against the Federal Bank System. 

CASEY IVIARIE O'BRIEN 

"It's the craving for the good life, that sees me through 
these troubled times. " -STP 

MEMORIES: Neverforget Mr. J's study; BIG FOREHEAD! 
Y2K @ RR; NH w/JH & LL; Fires @ RR & AR; River; 
Priorityw/NM,JD,BTSS&BG;cosmicbowling; Bob Dylan, 
River Rave, & 311; New Memories w/JH,RR, LL, EC, 
MR, AM, AR, SD, MT , SO & EBGB's & fat crew; Old 
memories w/ JT, EL, NS, MO, SN, JD, AR, BR, JP, SH, 
CL, DB, Fat Pat & anyone I missed; AP,DN,JH,& the 
tannings, thank you; Justin, 1/1/00 til forever; Nana, I 
miss you, thank you; I know you were watching out for 
me. Mom, Dad and family, thank you for everything. 



ALAN O'DONNELL 

Jen 

"This is the sound of boots crushing hands still wearing 

those weird uniforms. In the end it was only a game. Go 
back to the start again. " -Radiohead. 
FUTURE PLANS: Be a bum and travel across the 
country in a duck boat with Jen. 
MEMORIES: Times with Jen, BW, SS, KW, JR, BP, RR, 
and RS; River Rave'OO with Jen, Jess, and Brian. Lock- 
ins and Open-mic nights with Social Victim and Jen; The 
horrible times with a certain someone; Thank you for 
everything Jen and everyone else. 









MICHELLE BARBARA O'LOUGHLIN 

Shelly 

'True love cannot be found where it does not truly exist, nor 

can it be hidden from where it truly does. "- Kissing A Fool 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2-4, Rythmix 3-4, Drama 1-2, 
Horseback all my life & Lock In 98-01 . 
FUTURE PLANS: To become a teacher & have a family. 
MEMORIES: Singing. Semi & Prom: Pretzel trick??? 
Riding "Flash" & Hanging w/ Mom & Cheryl. Growing up 
w/ "T-rex game" Boston: "Sorry no food here!" FB games 
& the rides home. Summers: Eshella & Sham "Our Apt." 
FOXES 4 ever! LUV 2-SN,RB,JP,C0,S-GB,CF 
NM,SS,JM,DC,NS,AR,ES,AR,MF,HS,KO,BR,BB,EG. 
Thanx 4 everything, I love you-Mom, Dad, Sean and 
Andrew. 

STEVEN O'NEIL 





HARUKA OGAWA 
Ruki 

"Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, Old Time is still a- 
f lying, And this same flower that smiles today, Tomorrow 
will be dying. " 

ACTIVITIES: Color Guard; Winter Guard; AFS 
MEMORIES: Cg/Wg with many awards and tears; sleep 
over before final; shopping, Science Museum in Boston; 
Show/Dance (AFS is Love!); the best horse Tobacco w/ 
Nicole; Shoot— w/ Brian; TpL w/ Erin; HW in costumes; 
Tg flower and sweet gifts; A picking; BBQ party; eating, 

eating Thank you everyone. I love you all and I'll miss 

you so much. "Minna Arigato-!" With big kisses *^_^* 



ARZU OZEV 

"If you really want it; then you'll make your dream 
happen. " "Smile smile smile. " © 
ACTIVITIES: Torch ©, Art Club, ColorGuard, Drama, 
AFS Club, Chorus, Geography Club 
FUTURE PLANS: Graduate from Saint Joseph and 
study communication. 

MEMORIES: Climbing shower in the garden(!); UMASS 
Amherst; Boston; Colorguard(!); AFS Weekends; Com- 
petitions; First day of school(!);© Production week, "-I'm 
sorry Arzu, -You're Welcome, Katie" © Cookies...! love 
my mom(s) dad(s) Asli, Nicole, Buddha, Jenny&Katie! I 
love EBI I love my (new) life. . .and my family(!) This is the 
story of two girls Mom; I have a bunch of things to tell u © 







4-r 




EDWARD SAMUEL PERRY 

Sped 

"/ have not failed, I've found 10,000 ways that don't 

work." -Ben Franklin. 

ACTIVITIES: Football1-4; Winter Track2-4; Spring Track 2- 

4,Capt.4; Band1-4, sec2, tres3, pres4; Chorus1-4, tres 3, VP 

4; Exec 1-4; Amnesty1-4; NHS 3,4. 

MEMORIES: WTC-pp,rc,tp.6w/MB.Fonica.DSD-rnn+sd. 

Band- tp+gh.Pointlesstrips-jc,jr,fon.ECJ'99,'00-kj,jj,jr 

hr,kb,ce,etc Love To You ALL Hurry Up and Wait ITimes @ 

jg, do, be, er, al, etc. Lots Of Love To All My Friends, esp.- 

tp,fon, sd, jb, re, jc, and All. Bunk! Word! Spanish+French 

Kids Di-rty German. Sweetl 6 jc, Ic, a?, mw, kg, Is, Iw, jg, cr, 

kj, ed, c?, vg, kd, jg, and 16! Mom, Dad, Phil, Carl, Jim, t*^ 

Emin, Peter -I Love You All, Thanx 4 Everything. 

PHILLIP RAYMOND PERRY 
Phil 

"The fastest way to suceed is to look as if you're playing 
by somebody else's rules, while quietly playing by your 
own." -Michael Konda 

FUTURE PLANS: Not sure, but I know I'll have fun. 
MEMORIES: Toronto; Florida: UGNA; The basses/bus 
rides; SH!;ECJ 99/00: chillin in Malden/Slumville/ULowell; 
NB:DYA02K; Beaters@shows FSU; RidderPride: 
DGARA; Miami; Track/XC champs; Musicals/cast parties; 
France; PCC; AFSkids; J. Prom w/BW; Thanks for 
friendship: FON&RYANMOREY, BD, WTO: TP, RC, 
SPED; JR, BD, LB, JA(G), CS, JJ, AL, BE, ER, EB, PS, 
BW. Friends, Ed, Carl, esp. Mom&Dad, thank you all for 
everything, I love you all. 

JOHN THEODORE PHILLIPS 
Ted 

"Life's a journey not a destination." -Steven Tyler 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 3, 4, Baseball 1-4, Football 1, 2, 
Basketball 1, Indoor Track 2, NHS 3, 4, Exec. 1-4, Concert 
Band 1 -4, Concert Choir 1 , 2, Jazz Band 1 , 2 
FUTURE PLANS: Go to school, have fun, work hard, own 
a restaurant, grow old and be happy. 
MEMORIES: The WTC w/ EP, PP +RC, D.W. Applybee in 
NH LB, BA +JC, Prom w/ my best friend Lori, Stairs @ 
Saftler's in the explorer, Perrie's got it!!!!!!! PCC Spain 00'!! 
The girl who knows everything about me MR. RR 2000,Sittin' 
on the porch w/CS, EP, RC, AG, KW, PP , LSand the Angry 
German. Mom and Dad and the rest of the family, I Love u 
guys a lot and your have done so much for me. Thank You! 

MORIAH PHILLIPS 

Mo 

"Only 3 things matter in life: Faith, Hope & LOVE!" 

ACTIVITIES: Key Club 1 -4; Exec. 1 -4; Drama & AFS 4; 

Winter&Spring Track 1&2;Field Hockey 1,2&4; Tennis 

2-4; and Cheerleader 3. 

FUTURE PLANS: I want to go to college,start a business, 

travel in Europe/world & raise a family. 

MEMORIES: Luv to TSKSSJKDNMGSLSNTSSJMNT 

SSJBFO &esp. my big sister TinelTimes w/YG & NT/ 

HT~Goodluck&Congrats!Timesw/K&J,&Nate.Bos.w/SJ 

TSNMKS&KD;party-what!?!;coffee TM;beach days; 

timesW/Tine.TS&SJ:Wecandoit!!ThankYouTAL&AS.I 

want to thank my entire family.! love you guys! Luv — Mo 




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MARISSA JUSTINE POULOS 

"There is only one success- to be able to spend your life 
in your own way. " 

MEMORIES: The EBGBS; DC,MM,KO,SP,RA,CS,MA, ND 
What is this a GB reunion?, The River , Flats, 
Claybanks, Parties in Kingston w/ Steph, Boston, Nights at 
the beach, Homecoming 00, RiverRave 00, Hempfest, 
Middleboro Cruises in Ruby, New Years OO.Ciubbin w/ the 
girls. Camping 99, Rollin;6/30, Prom 00, July 4/99 & 00, 
Brockton Fair, Sleding w/ SP,KO, Times w/FT,your the 
man ! Hippy Van;4:20 , Halloween 98, Hotel parties 99, 
Summer of 99&00. Football games;trippin. Hanging out w/ 
the Milka crew, Hippies, Scumma's, and The guy 
GB's.Thanks for everything, I love you Mom, Dad, Matthew, 
and Mandy. 

ALYCIA ROSE PRANDI 
Leesha 

"Life is a joke, a terrible lie." -NiN 
ACTIVITIES: My Turn, Viking Saga 
FUTURE PLANS: Go to college. 
MEMORIES: NCAHS. KM, RW, NW, DW, DC, AC, CL, 
DA, SL, JA, RM, RG, SB, NM, and everyone else. Condo 
Crew. Trips to Quincy. SBIS with JD, DD, KM, LJ, and 
MB. Rooms 1 01 &1 02. Driving around. Hanging at the Y. 
Gang Fights. Driving around. Helping CC. My story. ML 
my love. Revere. To all my family and friends, you know 
who you are, I Love You. Thanks for the help. 







JOSEPH ASA PRATT li 
Joe 

"Never do I wanna be here again and I don't remember 
why I came. "-Voodoo by Godsmack 
FUTURE PLANS: Become a lawyer and move to Boston. 
MEMORIES:OzzFest99'and00'w/LS,ET,MT,GT,MH,BR,SH 
all my cars the Celebrity, the Cougar, and the Skylark; 180; 
goin' nowhere and doin' nothin'; doin nothin' at Tara's and at 
Lee's; trying to get Shane off the stupid radiation machine 
Rocky Gutter in the trucks;seeing G.O.D. w/SH;Lock-in;Def 
Lep w/Chris;the mall;the JR Prom w/LF;MUNG;JB goin' thru 
the glass; what are ya dumb?;going to Boston w/MO,BB,and 
SN;goin'D;everyoneelse-6RIP,CJ,KS,SB,JR,HS,CO,CH,BA, 
AF,MF,DJ,JT,DS,RH,TD,CC,JC,JD,JB,JD,JC,KM,KA,LB,TH, 
anyone I forgot sorry; Mom I love you thanks for everything. 

JESSICA LEIGH REALE 

Reale 

"As we all play parts of tomorrow, some ways we'll work and 

other ways we'll play. But I know we can't all stay here forever, 
so I want to write my words on the face of today. " — S. Hoon 
MEMORIES: Times w/Jen, Brian, Sach and JSP. You guys 
mean everything to me. Also: AG, NT, MH, SS, KW, JS. I love 
you all. Concerts: PJ (all 5), RR, REM, NIN, Rh, CC, BD, OzzF, 
etc. Stalkings with JC + KS. Robert Franklin Ottoman. Pointy 
bearded kid. Hampton'98. Hiding in woods w/JC, KP, T. 
Ozarca. Squire Beach. Writing Centers and poetry slams. 
Being barefoot fairies in EF's movie. Crab Soccer. Thanks to 
Mom, Dad, and Sara. "I try to laugh at what life brings because 
when I look down, I miss all the good stuff, and when I look up, 
I just trip over things" - Ani Difranco 









AUSTIN L. R. RENO 

Tex 

"I am going to move to Florida, buy a house, have a 

puppy, and live happily ever after!" -me 
ACTIVITIES: Watersheds 2, Torch 3, Drama 2,3,4, 
History Club 2,3, Math Team 3,4, DeMolay 2,3,4 
FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, become a psychiatrist 
and become rich. Maybe rule the world if I have time. 
Thanks to RH,SG,MO,RB,and MF. You know why. 
MEMORIES: wandering w/RB,MO,MF,RH,SG. DeMolay 
w/ RH,HD,PK,KH,JC,CH,DC,BS,HZ,JS,MG. Drama w/ 
NI-F,AW,AC,AA,AH,NM,SG,AL-R, MRS. C.AIIthe good, 
bad, and the ugly times with everyone. 



GINA REYNOLDS 

Geener 

"Love will not conquer all, but love ends and begins 
again." -Me 

MEMORIES: Chillin w/ my girls EM, KW, KH, SC, SP 
Good Luck! "Multiple Personalities"Legz, Boobz, Shorty, 
Curiz "The Camper"- SH, KW (Superstar) THE SHED w/ 
KW, JF, CR "Girls night out on the track", JR Skip Day, 
Katie's w/Steve, Partying All Around The farm boyz: JW, 
BB, MS - miss ya! All the Boys: KL, CR, SL, TB, RA, MC, 
KM, SS, GK, SD, BO, TB, JW, BB, CP. Little ones CS, 
MM-miss you all! Mom&Dad thanks for always being 
there, I love you. I'm out! 



ADAM H. RICCI 
disco Stu 

"When we work hard, we play hard!" 

-Gay steel mill workers 
FUTURE PLANS: I'm going to change the world. 
MEMORIES: Cubie 99' w/ JC, JC, and BR. Late nights 
at Bickfords w/ NS JC MB BR BB MF ES DC MR. Those 
syrup shots will get ya! Aphrodisiac cookies? Naked 
Babies. Metallica w/ JC, JC, BB, BR. 4-wheelin. w/ Dan 
H. Coxy's red-neck neighbors. Streaking at "get 
togethers". Shin-dig 99-, Battle-ship. NFS w/ Tracey. 
And I'd like to say Hi to my cat Angel, (where ever you are 
I love you!) 



MICHELLE LEE ROAN 

Mitch 

"What doesn't kill us makes us stronger, carry on. " 
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1-4: Softball 1: FNC 1-4, 2- 
tr3-vp,4-pres: Key Club 1 ,3; Student Senate 3-4;NHS 3- 
4;Kindergarten 1-4. 

MEMORIES: FH"thebanner"; KK-very loud hockey 
games; girls nights w/KK, A. Cindi; dancing in bk's parking 
lot w/ KK,BW,MR; LP's 1 6 B-day; skiing w/family + KK's; 
PCC; Geography cult -Mr.l; Disney- "the big surprise"; 
prom w/SN KK,MH,LF,HS; EMT; Fire Department; 
Disney again; to my 2nd families, S, V, Mc thank you for 
everything; Mom, Dad, Mike thank you for being there - 
even if I wasn't. I LUV you all. 








MEGHAN ROSENBERG 

"Offense sells tickets, defense wins games." -Lowe & 
Basketball 

FUTURE PLANS: Tobeafulltimecoyotew/BW,TM,KC,BL 
MEMORIES: 3 weeks in Paradise w/ BBK TMJ TMS; eat, 
sleep, eat! right guys? Tumblin w/ MH; Briis's big night as 
a coyote: Rocka 2000! 3EB w/TM,KC; BDays w/Love 
Banditand Essence; Middleboro4H Club w/JS,PD; Digging 
treasures w/JS,BW,BC; NM,BL,AM,EK25-1 ; SM,KK21-1 ; 
FH Girls TM,JS, MG,KS,KC; Talks w/ TP in U.S.H; Erin- 
"Just rememberwhosaid itfirst" !$#; MM24 "Thatsfantastic! 
You got me halfway!"! owe you my life! Briis-We are 
Siamese twins connected by the soul-Thanx for 1 8 years, 
I love you! Mom, Dad, KT, Matt, I love you the whole wide 
world. 

ROBERT ROXBURGH 

Bobby 

"From the time that I could talk, I was ordered to listen. " 

-Cat Stevens 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1,2,3,4 

MEMORIES: Hangin outw/PMJGBDJLARNSMBJC 
SHSNCOJPJCMGDNJGTGJGJDDCEKLMJC and 
everyone else who was there, thanks for the memories. 
Shaws?, Buddah, My license? ozzfest 00 metallica 00. 
Thanks to my family, mom dad for everything. Todd 
Julie, you guys too. Tim Melissa, Brian. What can I say 
but thanks. That's it. Love, Bob 






KAITLYN SACHETTA 

'There's much power in anger but loves a bigger banger "31 1 
MEMORIES: Times w/TS,KD,SJ,JR,JC,BW,NM,JM,MP, 
A0,SS,NT,SS,JB,MR,KW,JM,BL.31 1 4xw/TS, River Raves, 
concerts, meeting 31 1 , Blink and Justin Sane,Boston trips, 
Wendy's latenight,ILE-SOBE,camping w/TS,Hempfests, 
Dunkin'Donutsw/Bakie+Nelly,Stelios-stalk(goodplan),Joblot, 
Florida w/TS,Movie nights,RM 6-21, Plane wishing.Terrace 
trips, "Danger Dock, "glove sharing w/TS,NBC Man, 
kleptos,RobertFranklin,Big Dork, stalkingeveryone,roshambo 
SJ, walking to school w/NM (word up), 'cool concert series' 
BL, "Loofah, I hardly knowah,"48h str8,piddiddle,$14 
raviolis,nsync alien,ballads,dip dip dive, thanks Mom,Dad,and 
Jim. 

STEPHANIE ELIZABETH SAFKO 

Safko 

"No day but today. " -Jonathan Larson 

ACTIVITIES: Student Senate 2;Executive 2-3, Drama 
1-4 Rep.2/Tres.3; Chorus 1-4 Sec.3,4;Rythmix 1-4; 
Madrigals 3-4. 

MEMORIES: Times w/the Girls; CrazyDramaKids; 
backstage; poptarts; the van; 7-11; OZARCA; Florida/ 
DC; Homecoming; Jr. Prom w/ABJBRMSDJBAW; 
Rent, Miss Saigon, Jekyl&Hyde, Shear Madness; 
LABSPLBKSAG;Chem w/RCDVTSKSJT;Boston, Good 
Luck to all my underclassmen buddies, sorry if I forgot 
anyone, you know I love you! Thanks to Mom, 
Dad, Ross, Ian, Sara, Andrea, Ms. Bell. Love Always, Me. 






STEVEN PAUL SAMIA 
Samia 

"Put your life in your own liands or your life will end. " 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1-3 Capt. 4 weight lifting 1-4 
MEMORIES: Chilling with my boys. Plymouth w/RD 
Lake w/RD Ride from Plymouth w/GK TB "Heyy" ugly go 
go.WWR w/Bro, MD "we're going down" 4th of July "99" 
1 min rule Running at Scotta's w/the boys. Beach w/ JS 
HC "99" Katie's w/ Gina PP w/ GK and SD Nights after 
the pasta feast w/ GK DL BD MC KL New Years "00" w/ 
RD Bball w/ MF DN "Dog" Half Days w/SD "Chicken" 
Freshmen Bball w/TB CR No one gonna catch us! 
Corey's house as a kid. Corey's house w/TB JS CJ Walk 
on Washington St. Thanks Mom, Dad, Dave, and Lisa. 
It was fun! We all miss you JF-Steve A.K.A "SENSAY" 

STAGEY ERICA SAMPSON 

Sampsonite 

"You've been chosen as an extra in the movie adaptation 
to the sequel of your life." -Pavement 
STUFFandWHATNOT:drama-foxycoxy, superfan, 
Fonica, TRD, secret destinations w/the girls, toddy, 
Jess-Fisxx, eat-in-chicken, concerts, Blink, RR'99, '00, 
LF '98, '99, dancing w/Michelle's, everything with Nicole- 
BFF! We love you Fwankenstein, cosmic bowling, 
Lil'Peach, the list, stories, I think I'm dumb, red socks, 
Joblot, the college kids, skinamarink, gamerooms, 
vacations, fpsst!!, so much to say... 
My family-mum, dad, Corey, Aunt Marri, Grampy-the 
awesomest! I love you, thanks- Love Stace. 

KEILA MARIE SANGSTER 
Ta Keila 

"I can't get no satisfaction. " 

FUTURE PLANS: Meet the man of my dreams, get 
married, have a family, be successful. 
MEMORIES: bffs kd-i-lm 4eva, summa 99 Im, farm life, 
stinky cheese man, summa 00 las vegas w/kd kevin/stud 
boy/lg,jpromw/kdlmkdjaekmb, cosmic bowling /kdmbkd, 
chemistry, bkw/k+1, modeling/th,park w/lmkdthkdkm, 
"what stop sign???"-km, luv ya dl, makin movies w/ 
neighbor+ryan, broken bottle ©princess car, ha ha, mall 
w/kd, lm,th, luv ya js, ugly boy, dog ggy oo-md, the good 
old days kd, thanks to kd-him for being great friends, To 
my parents, I love you both very much thanx for always 
being there. 

ERIK ANTHONY SCHNELL 

Professor 

'Boys let's kick the tires and light the fires cause we're 
gone" 

MEMORIES: Hanging out down the pond with all my 
pond scum friends, working in my garage all hours 
building cars and trucks cause its what I do best. Parties 
at Milks, The River and anywhere else I can't remember. 
Being high tech never going low budget but always 
hyping it out. What up to all my boys SL, JG, KB, AF, DB, 
TD, JS, CC and to any one I forget sorry never said I was 
perfect just REAL good! 






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MELANIE CORRINE SEELEY 

"Never give it up without a fight. " 

FUTURE PLANS: Graduate from college and become 

probation officer. Also to give my daugher the best life 

and make her proud of me. 

MEMORIES: Senior Prom 99', BR crew: DD, KM, MO, 

TS, CL, JM, Summer 99, and October 20. 2000. Thank 

you mom. Dad and Muriel. I Love you all so much 

Mommy Loves you Corinne!! 





JOSEPH ANTHONY SFORZA 
Joe 

"The greatest risk in life, is not talking one at all. " 
ACTIVITIES:Drag Racing 
FUTURE PLANS: Attend MTTI 
MEMORIES: skatin days w/CR,JL,RM,AC,TS,RF, OH. 
bumpin in the monte w/CR,SO,JW,MB,CS,JC,WBgs, 
races w/MW, GB,AB,MF,TH, OH, ha officer John, leandras 
poor car.what was I thinking?lol oh well.Thanks to all my 
friends, Andreah, Mom, Dad, and Jennie. 





KRiSTY ANN SHAWLES 
Kris 

"To the world you could be one person but to one person 
you could be the world. " 

MEMORIES: All the good times and memories w/ RO.MD 
SG,JC,CD,AG,CB,GL,KK,TC,JH,RO,RJ,MZ,KC,MO,CS, 
luv you guys! Junior prom "00" w/ JC,MD, JD. River side 
summer '99'W/RO.Summer"99"w/MD! S.S 4-life CD!! 
New years 2000 w/SG,RO,CD,CB,CS. Chillin W/The 
Crew! 7/24/00 RO&KS. Halloween 99 W/JC, SG, CD, 
CS,GL,RJ,MZ,DC,SB,RO,CB.143 Ricky, good luck! 
Thank you 4 love & support mom&Scott, Dad & Kathy. 
David, Charlie & Ean good luck luv you. Kristy 

ERIN CONNOLLY SHEPPARD 

Erin Connolly Dorothy Bossi Sheppard VII 

"f\Ausic resembles poetry in each are nameless graces which 
no methods teach, and which a master hand alone can reach. " 
ACTIVITIES: FOL 1 -3, rep3; NHS 3-4, officer 3; Key Club 1 - 
4, sergeant® arms 4; Student Senate 1 -4, VPres 4; Exec 1 -3, 
rep 1,3; AFS 1-4 Tres 2, VPres 3, President 4; Drama 1,2; 
Varsity Tennis 1-4, Capt. 

FUTURE PLANS: St. Mary's University, Canada. Study 
Abroad Junior yr., Ireland. Travel the world. Succeed! 
MEMORIES: Spain! Pimp Daddy Caddy, Poetry, Dancing! 
Girls' State, the cottage, pumpin' blood, arm muscles! scary 
movies, Daily Grind, Bickford's, computers w/ Kim, oh Boubie, 
bloody noses w./Nick BBC w/Matt, Baby toys w/Agerine! Love 
and thanks to family andfriendslEspecially Mom, Dad, Adrienne, 
and Gee. 








HEATHER MARIE SILVA 

Heath 

"The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put 

up with the rain."- Dolly Parton 
ACTIVITIES: Golf 1-4; bball 1, exec 1-3 
FUTURE PLANS: Make a difference. 
MEMORIES: Dances, Bon Jovi.Hyannis, Nutty Professor 
2; talks at lunch, proms, helicopter pad. MW,LF,SB,JR.- 
weVe had so many memories. LF+SB- 1 couldn't ask for 
better friends. LP- Watch out for those movie theater stairs. 
Thanks for the laugh. SB- Doe a dear. Squirrel. You're a 
riot. I love u guys! MW- you are the best. I love you so much. 
5/1 0. 1 43.3yrs. Mom+Dad-thanksforall the love and support. 
Tim-You are an awesome bro. I love you guys. Thanks for 
all the good times. See you later. Bye! 

KIMBERLY ANN SMALLEY 

Kimmy 

"Don't go for second best baby, put your love to the test. " 
ACTIVITIES: field hockey 1-4; exec 1-4; NHS 3-4; 
FUTURE PLANS: To wake up and be stable. 
MEMORIES: 12/28/98; Pield Hockey with the girls; FB 
games; cosmic bowling; Boston; Col. W.E. 99; Jr. Prom 
w/the King; fairs w/CJ, TD, CS; Plymouth; "beach"; two 
great years with my Puppy; DD for life; Duke's parties; 
IHLF club w/CJ, CS, CC, MT; SB; MH; to my BFF you're 
awesome CS; JC you mean the world I'll always love 
you; Cole thanx for everything I Love You; Love and 
Thanx Mom, Dad and Kait 






HEATHER LYNN SMITH 

"A friend is a gift you give yourself " -Robert L. Stevenson 
ACTIVITIES: Cross Countryl; Indoor Trackl -4; Spring 
Track1&2; Exec.Comm.1-4; T.T.C.3&4,Pres.4,Student 
rep. 4; Key Club1-4; Workcamp; Junior Miss 
FUTURE PLANS: Attend college, study dance. Get married 
and live a happy life. 

MEMORIES: Study times w/JM & the boys; NS,SN,BC &AW 
Prom '00 w/Nick-thanks! Shab class. Dancing w/the girls. 
'Summa '00. 143 JM! Running 4 fun! NSYNC w/Jeni!! 'Tm 
gifted, not wierd!" Football Games w/MO & JM-sure or unsure? 
4th quarter! Superman-I Blew out my own Birthday candles, 
and JM got to hug MR! Thanks to my friends & family 143 u 
guys! Mom I Love You & thanks a bunch 4 everything. Love, 
Heather 

JILL SMITH 

"Hundreds and hundreds were the truths and they were 
all beautiful and then the people came along. " 
ACTIVITIES: I didn't sleep 1-4 

MEMORIES: SAVE; 1/15 x 2; Frshows w/RAKC;WBP 
w/KCSRMRDM; NH98/Chucks;Jenmiss99; Ozzfest98/ 
99; Olympics /JB; JC2ndGrd; Rugby PD; FL/MON w/ 
JB+ yum/wuzzy; caroling; 4H; CATS4sale; FBiGi; Luv 
Bandit+ Essence; OrgCrm/crap; Fairy 2 Mil Prd! TrKGrls! 
FH Gris; MY FAM/BBKTMJTMS; 3wksHVN;Tumblin w/ 
Griz; 3EB; I Doubt it/NS; Thanx 4 Everthing Guys 143/ 
BlindObedience kills/Carpe Diem/Thx 2 my Fam-Mom 
+ Dad/Kids; Good Luck to all, and to all a Good Life. 








VICTORIA EVELYN SNELGROVE 

TORIE 

"It's all been perfect, in that screwed up way." -me 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey, Drama.Tennis.Track, Key Club, 
StExecutive committee 

MEMORIES: Times w/ KS,SJ,KD,MP,JM,&BL&NM,Meeting 
famous people,RM6/21 ,Blink,JK w/KD,Nsync w/SJ,4x31 1 w/ 
KS,NomarsBetta!,Scalpin'Tix..Oops,wediditagain!,WLN,DQ, 
24h Mall Trips,6 Ln Highway,Going Deaf.RU Serious, NBC 
Guy, Sharing a Glove, Movie Nights,Trips around the 
Terrace, Wishin'onplanes, Stalking, Kleptos,Shlope 
Rudies,Dominos,Loser Crew,Twins W/SJ,Commando,Frog 
Pond,BostonTrlps,lceSkating..WePhat!,2ge+herW/KD,Smell 
of Summa', Camping w/KS, Danger Dock!, Florida w/KS, 
Piddidle, I Love You Mom,Dad,& Mike Thank U foreverthing, 

CRYSTAL LYNN SWEENEY 
Chris 

"Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday. " 

-Don Marquis 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1 ,2; Executive; Key Club; Yearbook; 
STAND; Drama; Rhythmix; Jr. Archbearer 
MEMORIES: Boston-KSCJMT; Tuenite dinw/BALB; 
parked car w/BLTH; coed; summer2000; clubbing; 
LVBCJLMH-143; "Good Dubee"-LBEJ; 5 sec rule-JC; 
Josh's house; NSYNC-JBHD; the cop w/KB; Jr Prom w/ 
RA thanx!; NYCB; AG-JUNIOR!; States '99; JPD- :); 
human zit-EM!; IHLF!!!; Shaney-Pooh hang in there. Am 
u 2; Christine I love you; mcls-good luck; Dad I did it! 
Mom, you'd be proud. 

NICHOLAS RICHARD SWEENEY 
Sweeper 

"It tastes like burning!" -Ralph Wiggum 
FUTURE PLANS: Move to Florida, have a puppy, Marry 
my honey baby, be happy and popular all after I invent 
peanut butter in a can before the age of 27. 
MEMORIES: hanging with the cool kids: AR, ES, JC, 
MB, CO, JR, CR, BR, MF, BB, HS; syrup shots at 
Bickfords with AR, Naked babies? Scary movies & 
bloody noses with Erin, Cheese in a can; fun times with 
Calculus; Fourth of July w/ Rob and others, Adam's "get 
together." Friday night outings with JB, KA, EP, NT. 
CHECK! Thanks to my Mom and Dad, David, Katie, 
Grandma, and the rest of my Family, I love you all. 





MIKE TAYLOR 
Taylor 

"All the power in the world can't control destiny. " 

-Al Pacino 
FUTURE GOALS: Become rich and wealthy as possible. 
MEMORIES: The Ramp AH RA CR JL NM ZS Hemp 
Fest. 2000 ZS NT - West St. Cemetery JL ZS - Yea Day 
at Six Flags NT ZS SM - Florida w/ Damon - New Years 
Miami w/ WT The Jetty TM JP CR RA TB - Laxin in the 
max JP MN CR AH JL - Boston/Whitehorse "99" JP DC 
MP WT JL. Chillin in viper w/ Bobby! Mom, Dad, Mark 
love you, thanks for everything! 







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ASHLEY THOMAS 
Angel 

"To each Its own." 
ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 3 

MEMORIES : DP, BL, NS, LW, KP, ND, BM. You are all 
my dawgz 4 life! Saturday shopping sprees w/ BL, 
partyin w/ DP, KH, JP, Dp. Just me and the boyz. Mall 
trips w/ Nd and MA. Super bowl sundy98" w/ BL. K&Q 
still pimpin! Chilian w/ MS. Runtimes w/ PV, JD aka Hott 
Boyz. Much love to mom bree& granny + the rest of the 
family. LOVE YAH 







NICOLE JOAN TIRONE 

Cole 

"Many things can wait. Children cannot. Today their 
bones are being formed, their blood is being made, their 
senses are being developed. To them we cannot say 
'tomorrow'. Their name is toc/ay. "-Gabriela Mistral. 
MEMORIES:Times w/SS,my bestest 4ever,RR'99w/ 
SSJBKS BL,SGw/JB+SS,Ozarca w/JRSSMH, summer 
'99 w/JRJCBWMH, summer'OOw/JB+SS-Bon Jovi!, 
"Crazy"skit, Drama Kids, 2LS Dance w/SP, Nina times 
w/LAB, Cheese study, Teacher Days,Homecoming'OOw/ 
JB+SS atToddy's-van dancin, NO AR!!!, I love you Mom, 
Patrick+the boys 



MATTHEW JOSEPH TOBOLSKI 

Matt 

"Senior quote, ehhh?" "Feeling stoopid? I know I am. " 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1 -4; Winter Track 2-4; Spring Track 2-4; 
Executive 1-4; Key Club 2-4; NHS 3-4; NSCC 1-4... 
FUTURE PLANS: Escalade; Coast Guard; Engineer in Florida 
And a lot of fast cars, fast boats, and fast motorcycles 
MEMORIES: Bostonw/CS,KS,CJ; 1 1/21/2000BA,"Nantasket 
Beach" w/CS,KS,CJ,SB,JR; Hooters w/JG, AH, DJ; Plymouth; 
thecougar; Tournament w/JC,TH,JF,DJ,EJ,MF; "Sledding" w/ 
JP,DJ,ET; NOOO!!! AR; Bob's Big Breakfast; FunwaylHLF 
Club; Motorcycle; Tl NMAD Sherm; Teacher days;Dunkin 
Donuts. . .JP; Cheese in a can; USCG/PA/ASCC; We have a 
boat; DJ. . . gas can;Thanks for all the help mom and dad, I love 
ya...ok you too Eric 

KALEEN BRENDA WATERS 

"If you let them make you, they'll make you paper- 
mache. At a distance you're strong until the wind comes 
then you crumble and blow away." -Incubus 
MEMORIES: EG, SS, NT JB, JC, JR, BW, KS, SJ, SD, 
JM, RC, K, KC, MB, "Plastic Spoons"-AO, "She screams 
in silence. A sullen riot penetrating through her mind. 
Waiting for a time to smash the silence with the brick of 
self-control. "-Green Day 
I love you Dad, Mom, Allie, Christine! 








BRIAN CHRISTOPHER WHITE 
Bri 

"I see you looking, I know that you're thinking that I'll never 
go anywhere, The things that I've done and the things that 
I've seen, I really don't expect you to care. "-Incubus 
Jen-love you, cutie; Jess-always there; Kate-we had some 
good times;Alan-thank you;Social Victim-some of the 
best friends I've ever had. It was a blast 
CONCERTS: STP,Ozzfests,lncubus,Korn,Pearl 
Jam,RHCP, NIN,Locobazooka-"Mud people...." 
MEMORIES: Night after OzzfestJock-ins,open mic 
nights,writingcenters-People:SS,TS,KAS,EAP,MH,NS, 
SM- -Love does not consist of gazing at each other but 
looking outward in the same direction- Thanks Mom+Dad 

MICHELLE LEE WHITNEY 

"If you strive high, you'll succeed." -Me 
ACTIVITIES: Tomorrow's Teachers Club-grades 1 0-12 
FUTURE PLANS: Massasoit College and Dental 
Assistance 

MEMORIES: Chilling w/SPTAKK. Outside of school: 
Fun times w/MTJCTATBKHMKMD. Fun times-Summer 
of "99-00." Thank you everyone for all the love and 
support! Thank you for always being there for me, and 
I love you guys: Mom, Dad, and Jen. Good Luck 2 U Jen! 






BRIIS WILE 

Breezy 

7'/77 out here on the open road. I'm old enough to see behind 

me, but young enough to feel my soul."-L.Kravitz 

FUTURE PLANS: Full-time Coyote 

MEMORIES: 3wks in Heaven*BBKTMJArMS *LuvYouGuys! 

PCC97/98; BondW/theBoys-SqrtClub; LuvBndt/Ess; Clubbin; 

Caroling;BoroRd/CleptoDays;NSYNCATRL;3EB;Montreal; 

Prom'OOw/PP;AdventuresW/MRJSKCTMBLTHMHSFKKMR 

PPJCKSKMJB;TeamFunway'00;TumblnW/Griz-PishPoshTo 

Pepsi"MegBFF*Mock-orange/BabiesBreath*;Cruzes; 

hair&beautyByCindi;ThanxMom, Dad, Reeny, Deano, Rosies! 

I love you all always! "I miss the little things, I miss everything 

aboutyou..." I Love You ForeverGramma! (wings... hallow... etc.) 

5/23/98 

KATHERINE J. WILLIAMS 

Curls 

"Live out your imagination, not your history." 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, Field Hockey 2. 
FUTURE PLANS:To go to college and own a business. 
MEMORIES: summer 00'&97'.times w/ G.R, S.C, S.P, 
S.H, D.C, J.F, C.R, C.B, M.N, C.P, N.T, Z.C.clubs w/the 
crew. Octopus. The cliff & bridge. Partying at the barn, 
shed, river, J.F, C.P. Superstar ha ha he he.4"' of 
July. Fireworks. Falling off roof. techno. ok Srgt. 
Bilko.EBGBs.Jr.prom.thecamperw/GR&SH.Dr.Dolittle 
JF.The Pool. Bo & Kiddy. Thanks mom, dad, Mark, Tina,& 
Jay. I love you guys! 








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MATTHEW PERRAULT WOOD 
Wood 

"Success is 99 percent failure. "-Soichiro Honda, founder 
of Honda Motor Company. 
ACTIVITIES:cc1 .indoor trackl ,golf2-4. 
FUTURE PLANS:Break 9 seconds. Take over garage. 
MEMORIES:helicopter pad, proms, Zeke's daily. 
"EMILIO!" hanging with HS, LF, SB, JR, NM, JS, GB, TH, 
RIVl, JR, CR, the golf team.Johnny's. NE Drag. Honda 
EBImports. Dumb& Dumber, "Mock-Ya-Bird-Ya" A Night 
At The Roxbury. "What's up? 2,3,4". HS:I will love u 4- 
ever 5/1 1 43 I love u huh only 3 more years. Good luck 
everyone I love u mom and dad good luck Derrick 'n' 
kids, go get'em Amanda and baby. The 2 H's 4 ever and 
4 ever. 

PHILLIP JOSEPH WOOLF 

Dummpy 

"All men die, but some men never really live. "-Braveheart 

ACTIVITIES: Concert band 1-4, Marching Band 1-4, 

Winter Percussion 4 

FUTURE PLANS: Go to college to become an automotive 

technician. 

MEMORIES: Bus rides with the band; flying to Fl. 

marching in Disney; all the band championships we 

won; my junior prom "Thanks to everyone who has 

helped me, taught me, and been there for me. Without 

you, I could not have gotten through here. To all my 

friends, "Good luck, guys" & "Sara, I love you!" 



DANIEL YUSUP 

Yuskip 

"Judge not, cuz you shall be judged first. " 

-Earl Simmons 
Hallzy you are like a brother to me, I got nothing but love 
for you. Im the guy on the couch @ the Halls. Derek get 
meanotherdrink. RA thanks for looking outfor me. What 
up to my boys: CH, RA, MC, KL, KM, JF, JP, JD, JG, DH, 
CR, PC. Driving the "pimped" out Neon. Partying on 
Pleasant St. Getting stuck up at 1 1 . Debba and Bernster 
thanks for everything (moms and pops) Tony and Chris 
love ya. Mom you mean the world to me. I'll pay you back 
for everything you have ever done for me. I promise, 
xoxoxo 







JESSICA MARGOT ZAHKA 
Jess 

"Live like you'll die tomorrow and learn like you'll live 
forever. " 

ACTIVITIES: Soccerl -4; Trackl -3;KeyClub1 -4;Exec.1 - 
4;Art Club1-4(Sec.3&4);NHS3&4(Treas.4); etc. 
MEMORIES: Times w/ MG,HD,NM,KC,SM,DM; 
soccergirls; pastafests; dances; being friends w/cUties; 
junior year; jr. prom w/ BD-it's been fun; "studying" w/ 
MG; AN-chinese?;Zahakas;gettin wet w/ RA; the t-bird; 
PMgirls; summer2000(funway?!); Boston-noodle trail; 
tub w/ NM; parties; GSHCw/JB and the girls; tires on 
track2000!; concerts; the 4th; Thanks to everyone who 
has been there for me! Thanks Mom, Dad, and Karen! 

I love you all! 





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ttOOl EXECUTIVE COA\MITTEE 




luniors U"-) 




i Class of Two 




Courtney 
Alleman 



Shawn 
Anderson 



Dalphina 
Aucoin 



Michael 
Await 



The Junior Class is a bunch of silly kids led by a couple of silly advisors. During this past year the class has worke 

together to oversee such projects as the Homecoming dinner, Junior Prom, Christmas on the Common, multip 

car washes, March Madness and they have also partaken in general foolishness. "We knew from early on th 

year would be unlike any other," said class treasurer Holly Runnals. The first major accomplishment was tl 

Homecoming dinner. Traditionally a difficult fundraiser, the juniors were able to turn a profit on this time honow 

traditional dinner. "I think that the success of the dinner can be traced back to two individuals," Class Advis< 

Jamil Siddiqui stated. "Lasagna cutter Jamie Tressel 

and "The Salad Man" Matt Costello were running the 

kitchen like Chef Boyardee and Aunt Jemima would 

have. Their dedication to making sure that everyone 

had salad and that all pieces of lasagna were treated 

equal is what made the Homecoming dinner so great," 

Mr. Siddiqui concluded. Hetha Hetha Driscoll had this 

to say about the dinner, "I am a senior, 

and I have been coming to this dinner for 

years, and in the past I was always slightly 

worried about making sure that I got my 

money's worth. I mean no one wants to 

be the kid who gets the small slice of 

lasagna; that actually 

happened to me my "" " 

sophomore year and 1 

almost gave up all hope. I 

wasn't even going to come 

this year, but when I heard 

that the Class of 2002 was stephan 

running it ^"'S"''°" 

and I 

remembered ' 

that Mrs. 

Barnes was 

the advisor, 

it peaked my 

curiosity. 

After all, 

Mrs. Barnes 

was the one 

responsible 

for turning 

the cafeteria 




jennitci 
Blushi 



Justin 
Bois 



Lisa 
Bordeaux 



Megan 
Bosworth 



DeAn>i 
Botta 




Matthew 


Ryin 


Angela 


Evangelyn 


Laura 


Nicholas 


Diannc 


Boyce 


Broderick 


Brown 


Buckland 


Buckley 


Carey 


Chaves 




Jennifer 
Chaves 



Ashlee 
Clifford 



Catherine 
Climo 



Kich.irii 
Colburn 



)aniel 
Coots 



Coots Jr. 



Costell 



rhoa§5nd and Two 



Susanne 
Dacey 



Elizabeth 
Davis 



Alexander 
DeSerpa 



[0 a frozen wasteland for last year's semiformal. I had to see what she had up her sleeve for the Homecoming 
iner. Let me tell you, she (and the Class of 2002) did not disappoint. I was glad that I went, it was good eats 
■ d a chance to see how much salad I could stuff in my FACE." 

After the Homecoming dinner, the class turned its attention to Christmas on the Common. Just like last year 

I class decided that the way to make money would be to sell soup and grilled cheese sandwiches to the hungry 

' isses. Armed with six crockpots and seven ladles the class was determined to turn a buck on that cold wintry 

j^^^^^H^HHH^HH .^^^HIHH^^HH ^^^' ^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ afternoon, when the remaining 

^B(BS^ ^B^^B ^ ^^^Kp juniors counted the money, Angela Brown, Van Nguyen, 

L>. ^ l^izJn^ ^^B W*^ «hI ^^ ^r KaraJoy and Suzanne Ferrell-Locke made an astounding 

\ ■jfct^ '^ff W M^ ^J discovery. The class, after spending the last six hours out 

f^.^ ^g ^^^^[^^^ ^ ^ ^L ^Sm in the cold made a four dollar profit. That's right, you 

i^B^^^H^^^^^^B^^ ^^ ^^^^^^^m read this correctly, a four dollar profit. Needless to say, 

it was not one of the most profitable 

fundraisers that the class has ever held, but 

it did give Kara the nickname "seat wiper" 

and that alone made the entire day a success. 

As the year nears an end, the class 

looks forward to the biggest evening of 

their young lives as the Junior Prom comes 

closer. The prom will be 

held at Independence 

Harbor and will be sure to 

be a time that no one will 

ever forget. Be sure to 

purchase next year's edition 

of the Torch to see in living 

color how 

things went. 

Thanks to 

everyone in 

executive 

committee, 

and Sara, 

D e a n n e , 

Holly and 

Angela for 

all of their 

liard work. 




Morgan 


Charles 


Morgan 


Suzanne 


Slianimn 


Andrea 


Duperey 


Farrell 


Ferbert 


Ferrell-Locke 


Foley 


Fortier 



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Sara Matthew 
dates Gayle 

'NkoIc Ashley 

Hanson Harris 




Jennifer 
Gibson 



Amanda 
Gormley 



Nathaniel 
Gurney 



Kylene 
Hacker 



Christopher 
Hall 




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I Jeeps 



Antlrew 
1 letman 



Kimberly 
ilill 



Jonathan 
1 looker 



I.eanne 
Johnson 



Top Ten 
Rejected Junior 
Prom Themes 

1 o. "I Will Dismember You" 

9. "Last Night's the Night" 

8. "Slow Dancing for 
Nuclear Disarmament" 

7. "Polka! Polka! Polka!" 

6. "This Dress Itches" 

5. "A Night in Leningrad" 

4. "A Magical Mystery 
Tour" (Complete with 
walrus suits for the 
gents!) 

3. "Starlight and Tetnus 
Shots" (Co-sponsored 
by the Future Nurses 
club) 

2. "Dance Til 8:OOPM" 

And the Number One 
rejected Junior Prom 
Theme Is: 

1 . "Let's All Clean Up After 
Ourselves!" 




Kai-cT 




Jeffrey 
Kelly 



John-Paul 
Kenn 



Brian 
King 



David 
Knight 



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David 
LaFratta 



Bridget 
Larkin 



Craig 
Lavvlor 



Cinthia 
Leedberg ■ 



Salvaton 
Longci 1 r 




Dean 
Lucier 



(.(ilKiii jtiiiiikM Aiiiiind.1 Micharl 

Lynch Masse McAuley McCartIn 




Lauren 
McDermott 



Lauren 
McFarland 



.1 r.lrii 

McKmnon 




Nicole 
Meiglian 



Chester 
Miller III 



Allison 
Mitchell 



Kachel Lauren 

McManus Meagher 

F.ric Amanda 

Moberg Montuori 




Kevin 
Perry 



\icul<j 
Peters 



Lindsey 
Phillips 



Kciidra 
Pickering 



Alyce 
Poliatti 




Failed Campaign 
Slogans For 

Students 
Running for 

Class President 



"Three lunches for 
everyone!" 

"Reinstate naptime!" 

"Jacuzzis for Seniors!" 

"Leave no Freshmen 
behind!" 

"1 .6 homework assignment 
cut!" 

"Two periods a day of 
dodgeball!" 

"Backpack rights!" 

"Pedicures for Seniors!" 

"Convert library into a 
Discotheque!" 

"Rename mini-gym 
'Candyland'!" 

"Detention for teachers!" 

"Allow the Sophomore Class 
to call snow days!" 

"Gold bullion for Seniors!" 
"Ich Bein Berliner!" 




Jacob 


Jennifer 


Kelly 


Mark 


Joseph 


Angela 


Holly 


Poulin 


Ramsay 


Rindone 


Robillard 


Rodricks 


Rotondo 


Runnals 




Lauren 


Ross 


Katie-Anne 


Adam 


Laura 


Emily 


Caroline 


Kusso 


Safko 


Sands 


Sawyer 


Say a 


Simpson 


Singleton 




Allison 
Smith 



Megan 
Smith 



Thomas 
Smith 



Sally 
Sproule 



Jessica 
Thurston 



Jaime 
Tressel 



Frederick 
Tully 



Michael 
Tupper 



Derek 
Volner 



Benjamin 
Waddell 



Aimee 
Wagner 



Megan 
Walden 



Charles 
Wallace Jr. 



Michael 
Waugh 




Nicole 
Weljkovic 


Elizabeth 
Whitaker 


Christopher 
White 


Keith 
White 


Matthew 
White 


Reilly 
White 


Shawn 
White 





Juniors Not 

Christine Amaral 
John Beach 
Aaron Bush 
Justin Collins 
Derek Crowell 
Tim Desmond 
Robert Fredricks 
Lindsay Joyce 
Darrin Kelm 
Joseph Lauzon Jr. 



Photographed: 

Paul Mann 
David Messing 
Abraham Mun 
Angela Noon 
Kerri O'Brien 
Ross Pratt 
John Salvaggi 
Barbara Stroth 
Chris Tomlinson 



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Sophomore Officers 

Secretary: 

■« Erin Morrissey 
President: 

Nick Williams 
Treasurer: 

Rebecca Horan 
Vice-President: 

Ari Wile 



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Jillian 
Almon 



Matthew 
Amaral 



Jamie 
Ambach 



Megan 
Atherton 



Kristi 
Backman 




Jason 
Baldeck 



Wiiiiam 
Barton 



Lara 
Batti 



Sean 
Benncr 



Christopher 
Berretta 



Kelsey 
Brooks 



Michael 
Brooks 



Matthew 
Brown 



Michael 
Burke 



Christopher 
Cahill 



Kevin 
Carrigan 



Jessica 
Bishop 




Brianna 
Bodio 


Daniel 
Bombardier 


Merry 
Bosworlh 


Robert 
Brack 


Shayna 
Bra ley 


Denielle 
Brasill 


Michael 
Brigham 




Janiu' 
Cepero 



'hoa§5nd and Three 



Faicha Michele Jason Caitlin 

Charles Chartier . Chaves Clifford 



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Mark 
Climo 





Allison 
Cobb 



Allan 
Comeau 



Catherine 
Connolly 







Ryan 
Coots 



Ryan 
Coyne 



Brendan 
Craig 



CT 



I Brian 
Curiey 



Mark 
Czolpinski 






Nathan 
Daniels 



Tammy 
D'Antuono 



Meghan 
Damiano 



Joshua 
Davis 



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Kimberly 
DeAngelo 




'Christopher 



Jodi 
DcCourcy 



Matthew 
Delaney 



I homas 
Deyesso 



Jennifer 
Dineen 



Jeremy 
Disbrow 



i.iiuren 
Donovan 



Sophomore 

Class Events You 

Might Have 

Missed 



September 15, 2000: Class 
of 2003 Catwash. 

October 1 , 2000: 
Freshwater liaddock broil- 
off. 

November 8-9: Sophomore 
Sock-a-thon. 

December 3, 2000: 
Soi)homore solitaire 
championship. 

January 17, 2001: 
So[)homore Class group 
hug. 

rebruary 1 1 , 2001 : Charity 
corned beef and cabbage 
dinner presented by the 
sophomore class. 

March 2(3, 2001 : Dewey 
Decimal day. 

April 20, 2001 : Boiler room 
cleanup. 

I )uring the school year of 
2(XX>2(XJ1 the sophomore 
class initiated the Adopt-a- 
Scar\'-I lomeless-Guy 
program. To date, over 7 
scary homeless guys have 
been placed with new 

families. 




Ryan 
Doolin 



Brett 
Dungan 



Cassandra 
Dustin 



Joseph 
Elsmore 



Christopher 
Feterowski 



Kathryn 
Findlay 



Adam 
Finlay 



Jobcph 
Fiorini 



Paul 
FoUoni 



Stacey 
Fontes 



James 
Gambee 



Sherry 
Gannon 



Justin 
Gluck 



Lauren 
Goff 



Jennifer 
Goulston 



Joseph 
Gouthro 



Abi^^ail 
I laines 



I loathe 
Hamilton 



Erica 
Hansbury 



Catherine 
Happeny 



David 
Erickson 




Sumner 
Flynn 




Ryan 
GilbertNOi 




Amber 
Graham 





Rebecca 
[ Horan 



Bob 
Leatard 



Amanda 
Johnson 



Peter 

Tiidi^e 



John 

Keith 



Leanne 
LeBlanc 



Joshua 
Libby 



Michael 
Lounge 



Matthew 

KeUv 




lionnif 
Lundgren 




Kithard 
lacDonald 



MacLeod 



How Middle 

School is Like 

Prison 

PR: Prisoners are lined up for 

lunch. 

MS: Students are lined up for 

lunch. 

PR: Prisoners place bets on 
which new inmate will cry first. 
MS: Teachers place bets on 
which student will cry last. 

PR: Prisoners are deloused. 
MS: Students are routinely 
inspected for headlice. 

PR: Prisoners are forced to do 
menial tasks such as breaking 
rocks and making license 
plates. 

MS: Students are forced to do 
menial tasks such as filling out 
worksheets, writing in cursive, 
and quest. 

PR: Prison contains "lifers," 
prisoners who will never be 
elegible for parole. 
MS: Middle school contains 
"lifers," students who will never 
pass Eighth grade. 

PR: Library books are provided 
to prisoners to help allieviate 
bordom and to encourage 
learning. ^smMsm 
MS: Library books are provided 
to students who stick them in 
their lockers and forget about 
them until the last day of 
school. 

PR: Prison holds individuals ^^i^H 
who are not ready to be part of 
society because they are 
(Timinals. 

MS: Middle school holds 
individuals wlio are not ready 
to be part of society because 
they are prepubescent. 





Kristena 
Magoon 



Steven 
Maloney 



Matthew Nicole Jeremy 

Mauger May McCabe 




Mary 
McDermott 



Michael 
McKeown 




Richard 
McLaughlin 



Irene 

McNulty 



Richard 
McPhee 



Matthew 
Medeiros 



Nathaniel 
Milauskas 



James 
Mitchell 



Ashleigh 
Moon.' 




Erin 
Morrissey 



Kristin 
Morrissey 



Paul Joshua 

O'Donnell Jr. O'Kelly 



Brendan 
O'Neil 



Adam 
Oliveira 



Richard 
Orcutt 




Bethany 
Ortenzi 



Richard 
Owens 



Sonya 
Pawlyshyn 



Callum 
Pearson 



Laura 
Peterson 



Jared 
Philbrick 



Meghan 
Phillips 



162 Underclassmen 




Ashley 
Puopolo 



Mifh.ii' 
Randall 



Kcrridnn 
Realini 



I iik.i 
Reichert 



Theresa 
Reiley 



Kenneth 
Rettman 



Matthew 
Ribeiro 



Geoffrey 
Smith 



Wilham 
Rich Jr. 



Amanda 
Richard 



Theresa 

Rilev 



Leanne 
Ring 



Michael 
Roan 



Samantha 
Robertson 




Xicole 


John 


Daniel 


Charlie 


Brian 


Dennis 


Lauren 


iiossier 


Rossman 


Schwemin Jr. 


Shawles 


Sheppard 


Sheppard 


Sheppard 




Daniel 
Spector 



James 
Tevlin 



Daryl 
Thomas 



Matthew 
Traylor 



Phyllis 
Tuitt 



Aphroditi 
Vallas 




Craig Nichola. 


Jared Johnathan 


Williams Williams 


Wolfe Wood 


Sophomores Not Photographed: 


Carl Berens Jr. 


Kristopher Lewis 


Noelle Boudreau 


David Lindstrom Jr 


Kristina Carrigan 


Timothy Loughlin 


Steven D'Agostino 


Jacob Majok 


William Gilbert Jr. 


Kevin McCabe 


Daniel Gilcoine 


Kimberly McHugh 


Alicia Girard 


Robert Moran 


Michael Gunderway- 


■O'Connor Nathan Phillips 


John Hanratty III 


Christopher Plana 


Jennifer Harlow 


Matthew Poulos 


Patrick Lawlor 


Katherine Sweeney 



Joshua 
Wright 



Charla 
Zarella 



Matthew 
Zimmerman 



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Underclassmen 163 





]M These Are The Times To Remember 



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Freshman Officers 

Secretary: 

Erin Monahan 
President: 

Danielle Beddia 
Vice-President: 

Jessica Gormley 
Treasurer: 

Natalie West 



K004 EXECUTIVE COA\MITTEE 




rroshmon 16S 




ass of Two 




Stephanie 
Coots 



Shawn 
Cowgill 



rhoa§dnd and four 




Patrick 
Donahue 



Christopher 
Donovan 



Stephanie 
Egan 



Tina 
Estes 



Rachel 
Fanning 




i heresa 
Fawcett 



Narin 
Fiero 



Timothy 
Finch 



Sarah 
Finlay 



Ashley 
Flores 



Sarah 
Floyd 




'■ hristina 
(lUerra 



Lindsay 
Hamilton 



Dillon 

Hnn ratty 



Brian 
Hanson 



Keith 
Hardy 



Jennifer 
Harris 



Laura 

Hastings 



Things 

Overheard in the 

Freshman 

Hallway 



"1 hear the pool is really on 
the fifth floor!" 

"If 1 get shoved into a 
locker by an 
upperclasssman and I'm 
trapped forever... well, I 
want you to have my 
Trapper Keeper." 

"What's say afterschool 
you and me head down to 
the Middle School and 
push around some fifth 
graders." 

"1 hear that Mr. Santos guy 
eats kids." 

"I dream of a parallel 
universe somewhere, 
where freshmen rule the 
school, seniors cower in 
terror, and Spock has a 
beard." 

"Quantum mechanics is a 
vastly misunderstood 
field." 

"Me hate school!! School 
make me use dumb 
brain!" 




Timothy 
Hayes 



Timothy 
Holmes 



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leronimo 



Samantha 
Jenness 



Timothy 
Johansen 




Kristopher Kathryn Joiemy 

Knight Kozak Lagerval 



Alyson 
Lark in 



Kateiyn 
Larson 




>(Miin<i 
Lee 



C,\na Kevin Scott 

Leighton Leighton Jr. Lydon 



Cheryl 
Lynch 




Richard 
Mann 



Stephanie 
Matta 



Brianne 
McCaughin 



Amanda 
McCroken 



Lauryn 
\<idolny 



yXbhlcy 
Norman 



Andrew 
O'Loughlin 



Ucrek 
Obert 



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\lysha 
Olson 



Nicholas 
Ortenzi 



Cory 
Parker 



Christina 
Parks 



Lisa 
McLaughlin 




Kristianne 
Oliveira 




Romara 
Pcarsuil 



Academy 

Awards versus 

Hifih School 



AA: Last four hours. 
HS: Lasts Four years. 
Edge: A A 

AA: Ceremony hosted by 
Johnny Carson, Billy Crystal, 
Steve Martin. 

HS: Bridge Building Ceremony 
Hosted by Jack Condon. Dave 
Harper and Kevin Blute. 
Edge: HS 

AA: Hundreds of films compete 
for the Best Picture Oscar along 
with all the publicity and 
prestige that the award brings. 
HS: Hundreds of students 
compete for the one edible 
piece of cafeteria pizza. 
Edge: AA 

AA: Has shut out Woody Allen 
each year since 1986. 
HS: Has given Key Club 
Scholarship to Woody Allen a 
record 14 times since 1978. 
Edge: HS 

AA: Comedian Joan Rivers is 

present to critique the winner's 

outfits. 

HS: Comedian Joan Rivers is 

present to earn her GED. 

Edge: Draw 

AA: Academy award winner 

Juila [Robert's Oscar gown: 

$lO,496. 

HS: Social Studies Teacher 

Arthur lllsley's DVD collection: 

Priceless. 

Edge: HS 




Seth 
Perkins 



David 
Persson 



Matthew 
Pestana 



Scott 
Peters 



Danielle 
Peterson 



Charles 
Phillips 



Tyler 
Picklus 







Brandon 
Piers 



Michael 

Pcist 



Taylor 
Poulin 



Michael 
Powers 



Danielle 
Rettman 



Melanie 
Ribeiro 




Richardson 




Ashk'V 
Saccoach 



J.inics 
Sachetta 



RobiTt 
Saia 



i,ny;h 
Salisbury 



Katy 
Sawyer 



Ali'Xcindor 
Scudder 



Jonathan 
Sewall 




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Taylur 
iner-Spagone 



buzanna 
Shorey 



AUyson 
Smith 



Courtney 
Stern 



Max 
Stevens 



Shane 
Sweeney 



Ashley 
Sylvia 




Michael 
Tevis 



Brian 
Thomas 



Hillary 
Thompson 



Scott 
Tighe 



Ashley 
Umbrianna 



Reed 

Valant 



Gerald 
Vandehev 




William 
Vespa 



Douglas 
Wall 



Savannah 
Wallace 



Frederick 
Weise II 



Lindsey 
Witnauer 



Ross 
Yakavonis 



Jennifer 
Yurkins 




Freshmen Not Photographed: 



James Akuet 
John Barends 
Michael Barends 
Robert Barnes Jr. 
Bryce Beauregard 
Harry Cooper 
Jesse Cooper 
Traci Croker 
Jeffery Doiron 



Christopher Holbrook 
Thomas Johnson 
Katelyn Meuse 
Terrence Reed 
Emily Rice 
John Walsh 
Natalie West 
Matthew Woolf 
Michael Zewiey 



Underclassmen 171 





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Faculty Secti(»rrt73 





Front Row: Jean Eastman, Jayne Curley, Nicole Barry. Back Row: 
Dr. Judith Riordan, Fred Chapman, Scott Hastings, Tom Hamilton 




Beatles release "Sgt. Pepper's 
Loney Hearts Club Band. " 

East Bridgewater High 
School turns 8 years old. 



Mr. Young purchases first 
belt. 



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NOYOS-32 I Guidance 

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Richard M. Nixon is 
elected 37th President 
of the United States. 
Fred Gushing is 
elected new science 
department member. 



Rui Santos 
World History- 
History Club 
NOYOS: 32 



Richard Achin 

Administrative Assistant 

NOYOS: 31 




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George McCabe 

Social Studies Coordinator 

Key Club, Track Coach 

NOYOS: 31 




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Man lands on the Moon. 
Mr. Santos breaks first 
pointer by smashing it 
against the desk. 



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Mr. McCabe is hired; proclaims: 
"Today East Bridgewater; 
Tomorrow, the world!" 
A new English teacher, Helen Cox 
is hired. Begins reading "War 
and Peace" aloud to students. 



Startling developments in the 
field of mathematics appear. 




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Claire Kirkcaldy 

English 

NOYOS: 29 




Jack Condon 

fechnology Education 

NOYOS: 28 





William Parsons 

Physics 

Technology Education 

NOYOS: 29 



Ronald St. George 

Physical Education 

Head Football Coach 

NOYOS: 29 



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Susan Crowley 

English 

NOYOS: 27 




Helen Backstrom 

Guidance Secretary 

NOYOS: 25 



Spencer Bernstein 

Science 

Technology Education 

NOYOS: 25 




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In an unprecedented growth, 
East Bridgewater High 
School hires one cafeteria 
worker, five teachers, and 
Harry Ferrell-Locke. 



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Burglars break into DNC 

Headquarters in the Watergate 

Hotel. 

Jack Condon calls first student 

''Dude." 



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Sherley Phillips 

Special Education 

NOYOS: 22 



Jim Figgins 

Custodian 

NOYOS: 22 



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Gayle Kelm 

Special Education Secretary 

NOYOS: 22 



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Leanna Russell 

Mathematics Coordinator 

NOYOS: 21 




Richard M. Nixon 

resigns from the 

presidency. 

In an unrelated 

matter, Mrs. Crowley 

is hired at EBHS. 



New addition is built 
onto EBHS in order 
to accommodate 
student population. 




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Margarita Crowell 

Biology 

NOYOS: 19 



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Patricia Lovett 

Spanish & French 

STAND, Amnesty 

NOYOS: 18 







Denise Robertson 

Mathematics 

NOYOS: 17 





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centennial. Mr. McCabe 
isuccessfully attempts to 
\ange country's name to 
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Film "Star Wars" is 
released. Movie makes Mr. 
Bernstein miss his home 
planet. 



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"Superman: The 
Movie" is 
released. 




Kathryn Levine 

Pupil Personel Services 

NOYOS: 14 




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Larry Bird is drafted by the 
Boston Celtics. 
Durfee High School 
announces Carolyn Barnes as 
Prom Queen. 



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President Jimmy Carter loses 
re-election to Ronald Reagan. 
"The Empire Strikes Back" is 
released. World is charmed 
by diminutive Jedi-master 
Yoda. 






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George F. Kelly, Jr. 

Principal 

NOYOS: 13 








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Superintendent's Office 


Superintendent's Office 


NOYOS: 13 


NOYOS: 13 







Mrs. Gillespie holds first 
French wedding; 
disappointed that the 
union is not legally 
recognized. 



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"Return of the Jedi" is released. 
Mr. Harper escapes from Eivok 
Village. 



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Mr. Illsley is hired by 
EBHS, luring him away 
from a life as a globe- 
hopping adventurer. 
George Orwell's "Big 
Brother" revealed to be Mr. 
Santos. 




Sheila Healey 

Cafeteria Staff 

NOYOS: 11 




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In 1986, while enjoying the 15th year of his life, Mr. Crean had tl 
opportunity to watch the greatest basketball team ever assemble 
win their 16th world championship. The NBA hasn't been tl 
same since, and neither has Mr. Crean. 



Boston Celtics, led by 
Larry Bird, win 
Championship. 




Jo- Ann O'Brien 

Business 

Class of 2001 Advisor 

NOYOS: 7 




'mrge H.W. Bush defeats 
Massachusetts Governor 
lichael Dukakis to become 
^ht President of the 
nited States. 



Berlin Wall falls in 

Germany. 

Mr. Dunphy falls in 

tub. 



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Art /Field Hockey Coach 


Class of 2002 Advisor 


NOYOS: 4 



Arkansas Governor 
Bill Clinton is elected 
42nd President of the 
United States. 



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Denise Carrara 

Physical Education 

Indoor Track 

NOYOS: 4 



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Carolyn Cragin 

Instruction and Professional 

Development Coordinator 

NOYOS: 4 




After last year's failed attempt to keep Ms. Carrara quiet. Coach St. George enlistee 
some help from his old friend Mr. McCabe to try and keep Ms. Carrara's mouth unde 
control. 



Mrs. Cox begins her run as 
Drama Club Advisor. 
Scientists discover several new 
species residing in Harry 
Ferrell-Locke's beard. 



Mr. McCabe loses his bid for 
"World Emperor." 



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John Lucier 
English 
olf Coach /Winter Track 
NOYOS: 4 





Gloria Sloan 

Business 

Tomorrow's Teachers' Club 

NOYOS: 3 




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Alternative Program 

NOYOS: 3 






Dave Coutts 
Custodian 
NOYOS: 2 




Mrs. Cox finishes reading 
"War and Peace" aloud to 
her class after twenty-five 
years. 



Waffies are made. 





Louis O'Rourke 

Science 

Sophomore Class Advisor 

NOYOS: 2 






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Patrick Kingman 

Starring as Himself 

JV Baseball Coach 

NOYOS: 1 






Winston L. Fairfield, Jr. 

Assistant Principal 

NOYOS: 2 




Mr. McCabe takes advantage of 
his position and hires his son, 
Mr. Crean as new social studies 
teacher and squire. 



First (and we wish last) Torch 

Awards held at EBHS, on 

December 7th. 

"The Phantom Menace" is 

released. 




Daniel Ryan 

Mathematics 

NOYOS: 1 






Sheila Gibbons 

Mathematics 

NOYOS: 1 



Kenneth Sabella 

Spanish 

NOYOS: 1 



Michelle Santos 

Teacher Aide 

NOYOS: 1 




December 7: Annual Larry 
Bird Day is held at EBHS. 



January 26, Mr. Illsley gets his 
day. 



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Faculty Superlatives, and while it may col 
no surprise that Mr. Santos won Most Like! 
be Dragged out of School in a Staightjack( 
faculty members were deeply touched by 
superlatives, so on behalf of the faculty Thar 
You to the Class of 2001. 

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192 These are the Times to Remember 





I ^is past year saw the toss of one of 'East 
ridgewater High Scfioot's friends. 9^r. ^ifCiam Moore 
issedazuay in March of 2001 . Most of the students fiere ' 
viv zvitt remember Mr. Moore as the coolest substitute 
mt ever came to East (Bridgewater 9{igh. Most don't 
tn Iqwzv that Mr Moore taught right here, in room 312, 

r twenty years before retiring in the spring of 1335. AtthoughMr. Moore may no longer be zvithushere in person, 
zre are things that he taught us and things about him that we wiCC never forget: his daily crossword puzzles, his 
xefcase, himsnealqnghis coffee into class, the idea that sleeping during department meetings and faculty meeting 
IS not only acceptable, but necessary, his Iqnd rapport with both the students and the faculty ali/^, and of course 
> always smiling face. "We mllmissyou Mr Moore, but we are fortunate to have Iqwwnyou and we will always 
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Q.ememJ>eA to- mep- mlk ei^ uude open ta emai^ all 

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You never ceaee to amaze ue with your determination and 
drive. \Ne have watohed you qrow Into a eophletloated and 
talented young woman. Thank you for making our 
oarentlnq job eo enjoyable. 

\e you continue on this path through college, you will 
7U0ceed In whatever you strive to achiava. \Ne love you and 
/ou have made ue proud!!! 




.ove, 

Aom and Dad 







Kim, 

CONGRATULATIONS AND 

ALL THE ^E5T!I!!I 

Love, 

OraY\drc\a and Grandma 





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OH BEARY GIRL 

LIT-TLE BEAR-Y GIRL 

IT'S TIME TO GET UP 

YES YOU HAVE TO GET UP 

NO YOU CAN'T STAY IN BED 

YES YOU HAVE TO GO TO SCHOOL 

COME ON, I HAVE TO GO TO WORK 

I NEED TO KNOW YOU'RE UP BEFORE I GO 

WHAT? NO MORE SCHOOL? 

YOU'RE GOING AWAY TO SCHOOL????? 

I'LL MISS THIS ROUTINE BEARY 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU 
WE LOVE YOU 

YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE 




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a/xxmn^pii4Jn4ii£4iyUipuo^ 

mcutijx»uo^hecome. you^acf/ieaih^tk^Aand 
auM»4^de/ijjiiidmt. /^o-mxxMje/i'wJnxxiipujjax::emlij^ 
we uuil aluKx^iA' m IkeAe- ^W ifou. belleAje m 
ifHi/iieljf, helleii^mipun^oUecimA', cu^heko/pyfui,. 
youkaiiealm(fJniljMii4Ae^c^ UJelotue 

ipu v-e/ufr muck. G&4^<yicduiciiixuiA'! 

Jlove, Mcun, "^ad, and fCeiik 

148 TTi»".«' Arr Thr Tim<"> Td Remember 



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Wke^ nod- ke time (pne?? you oAei/i^^ 
p/uuKL Gf ike pe/iicm. ipu kcuije- mocmie. vUe mnma- thai ipu 
uulL he ducceMjjiii m umcdeii£/i ipu chmAe^ to- da. 

[h4i^£4mse^tkaiMj&-mcdten-wJi£mi^^ 

that Papxi H aiw^cujA' umtcmcf. (M/e^ ifui.. 

UJe ^^^ i^H! 

Mcufi, ^ad, fieokif, cundlhUuj, 
%ea/i Jla44/hen, 

Wel(WjeiiMiuJ2ead(MiXjJ^^ mcuj,ipM/i 

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Class of 2000, 
you made it. 



GOOD 
FOR 

YOU!!! 



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Newsletters & Brochures 
378-3825 



Beth Hayes 




Jane Haines 




Congratulations 
Class of 2001 



Viking Rec Center 



607 Bedford Street 
East Bridgewater, MA 

02333 




The staff at Katel5ni's Kitchen would like to 

congratulate The Class of 2001 

for all of their achievements 



especially Jess, Mo and Jill. 

Katelyn's^gitchen 
118 North Bedford Street (Route 18) 
East Bridgewater, MA 02333 
\ (508)378-2559 



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COLLISION WORK ALIGNMENTS 

LICENSED APPRAISALS SUSPENSIONS 



Battles Auto Bodx 

26 North Central Street - 
East Bridgewater, MA 02333 

Telephone (508) 378-2171 



Congratulations to the Class of 2001! 






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Compliments of the 




The Commercial Club 

of 
East Bridgewater, Inc. 

Have a Great Life ! ! 



Neil son Avenue 
East Bridgewater, Massachusetts 02333 



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miracle is wrought in our life, or in the life of 

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2001 from 





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GO Key Club!!! 



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Success 



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Whirlpool 



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Sales and Services 



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CLYDE MESERVE 
APPLIANCES, INC. 

BRUCE C. MESERVE, President 
JO ANN C. (Meserve) ADAMS, Clerk and 

Treasurer 



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East Bridgewater, MA Fax (508): 378-8065 




Best of Luck 
to the Class of 

2001 



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5 West Union Street 
378-2641 





o^rLuck 
to all the 
members of the 
Class of 2001! 



FORNI BROS. 




OIL, INC. 





PAT SNOW; 
DANCE ACADEMY 



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Fuel Oil - Diesel Fuel - Kerosene 
Sales, Services and Installations 





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Telephone (508) 378-2652 



HOME OF THE 
SNOW GIRLS 





50 Cross Street 
East Bridgewater 
378-7079 



48 Central Square 

Bridgewater 

697-3588 



563 SPRING STREET 
EAST BRIDGEWATER, MA 

02333\r 



585 Washington Street 
Whitman 



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East Bridgewater Saving s Bank 





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opportunities, ohallenges 

and decisions. 

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long-term value. 



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Mike Perrault, RE. ^^^^^^B Dave Johnson, AICP 

P.M.P. Associates, LLC 

Civil Engineering & Land Planning ^\ 
5 1 6 North Bedford Street 
East Bridgewater, MA 02333 

www.pmpassoc.com ph: (508) 378-3421 



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sense o 

corranimity. 

Treatin^Tne customers as family was the guiding principle H 

1955 and it remains the same today. We continue to be 

committed to the people who live and work in the 

communities we serve 




Check listing, visit our website, or call our toll-free 
- locator line for a location near you. 




J. 671 No. Bedford Street 
East Bridgewater, MA 02333 
(508) 378-4850 
^00-892-1955 / www.suUivantire 



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and Run With itl 

(Just make sure you pay for it before you leave 




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Congratulations to the graduates 
of the class of 2001 , and good 
luck to all of you in the future! 



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Congratulations 
Class of 2001 



DEWHURST LUMBER 



9V 215 BEDFORD STREET 
EAST BRIDCEWATER, MA 02333 




(508)378-2711 




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S50 Plyinouth street 

East BridgewateinVIA 02333 

Phone: (508) 378-7194 

^ Fax: (508) 378-836 1 

Email: baggiapnnt@aoLcom 



BEST OF LUCK 
CLASS OF 2001 

DR.C£ORC£D 
LEAVITTIII 



RAYMOND F. ZEOLI 

Director 



PROPHETT FUNERAL HOME 

98 Bedford Street 

Bridgewater, MA 02324 

TEL: (508) 378-4826 



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WHITMAN, MASSACHUSETTS 02382 

TELEPHONE 447-2691 

rhfsi- jre the Times Ui Remember 



WALES-PROPHETT FUNERAL 

HOME 

35 Spring Street 

East Bridgewater, MA 02333 

TEL: (508) 378-4826 




PAUL WOLFE MOTORS 

Automobile Sales - Bodywork - Towing 

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JOHN WOLFE 
JAMES WOLFE 




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EASIBRIDGEWATER, MA 02333 



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-DIVISON OF SMILE GAS, INC^ ' 



DAILY AND LONG-TERM RENTAL 
INSURANCE RENTALS 

Good Luck to the Class of 2001 ! 




Paul A. Wolfe 
President 



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137 Main Street 
Brockton, MA 02301 
Tel: (508) 584-3333 
Fax:(508)588-1104 



214 Broadway 

Pawtucket, RI 02860 

Tel: (401) 723-7524 

Fax: (401) 723-7525 



40 Main Street 

Taunton, MA 02780 

Tel: (508) 824-3777 

Fax: (508) 822-5552 



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Used Cars ^ 
Bought and Sold 



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Repairs and Service 
Road Service 





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'^ BOB GRAHAM 

"^AUTO SALES & SERVICE, INC 





20 North Bedford Street (Route 18) 
East Bridgewater, Massachusetts 

02333 
(508) 378-2214 



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BENNER'S CAMERA & VIDEO SHOPS 

995 Main Street Brockton (508) -583-1058 
272 Washington Street RT. 138 North Easton 230-9555 

YOUR CUSTOM 1 HOUR PHOTO LAB 

ESTABLISHED 1946 



Camera Repairs 

Camcorder Repairs 

Television VCR Repairs 

Work Performed on Premise 

Digital Equipment 

Cameras-TV/s-Camcorders-VCR's 

Binoculars-Telescopes 

Laser Copies "^^JP 

GOOD LUCK E.B, CLASS OF 2001! 

MENTION THIS AD TO RECEIVE A SPECIAL DISCOUNT 



Sales-Rental-Service 

Enlargements 

Custom Frames 

Digital Restorations 

Studio Portraits 

Instant Passport Photos 

Video Transfers 



G. Lincoln & Son 
Construction 



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Congratulates 

The Class of 2001 

on all of their 

achievements! 




43 Pheasent Run 

East Bridgewater, MA 02333 

(508)-378-9220 



TEST YOUR YEARBOOK I.Q. 

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2 App'>-no:ito .iiiiuntu 'M ti nu- Ih-I'Mi- y'ut i.- il'uxA the Swim Club didn't acUiaUy exist: 

a) -' minuii -. 

b) : huuTs 

d'l ".'fi, \ on jii-:t tiiuinl out ni)W, did" '. ■ ■■ 

\ in vuui At:ni(,.t bii> vt"i nui.li -i nuH; itl "GiJOi'l Umi-v i- tn, lU v\ illnjiit ..oilMiltinj; the cl.i>s rot- It r, idciitit) l.if ', spocitv wh.tt the 
j*(Kxl tinie was, or !u>t .'dmit ili ii s I'u couldn't rc-mcmber if yoLir hu- depended en il 



■t. In a *»hort e'v.^v, pl.-.i^r (.-vpl^iri 'ivh\' '. > 
identifiirti ^^ ith<nii ., p(,.xv._Mful Tnof;nih n 
cute picture oi ^cn - i^'^'i" -m ili.- i.v.i,-, 

5. Ch.mics .uivbi i 



I ii.it oul-i't-ii" n-, pu tun- of you And your friends, not\eoi wh(»m can be 
1 >vhoU- l,ii ,-[ -und huts, wfls a better clufici.' U<j vourumdid than that really 

.iMhtMluili, 

. nlh rou of the Key Chih pKiuro: 



cj Anything greater than that and you .ir-- iu>l being n.nvf, 

h. Yeah. We .sjw your iicUvitie^ list, too. It seemed like a Icii mure ,il the tinu-, didn't ii* 

7. A trjin leaves fhiladelphia M 7:30 am VST. heading e<^^t, travelling .it 120 mph. A Nt-cond train leave* Prtwidem'e hiMdui^ i\ t-Nt 
at 9 on am VST, it.\ muximum speed. 135 mph dunore any friction or wind resistant e.^Don't you w-ii-h yon had paid attentii-n in 
Alj^el^frt I? Yeah, me neither 

H Without cnnsuUiftp, the yearb'H>k, nanii thr i .ipt.iiri nf the Cricket Tf«un 

^' Yes, thiit iait one was a trick fjiK'sfuui 

ID In a hri' t <<uny, explain whv question H wan .i ttuk queitlon. 

1 1 \()w, in a lengthier esMy, exphiln why you are t.iking ii quiz in the b.u k ot Iht- yenrbook, cvrn thuu];h you've already 
groihiated from the Hi>:h School rtiid nhould hi' abU- In put all of Ihi.s behuid you Be >uri- tu make oniple use of the word *'9uckei." 



12. Don't ask me huw she know«,but your gr.uidmntluT knows wh.M c.uliiMli- 
(* Before you get on our case lor misspelling it; 1 1 S A MADR I'P W* IKI ) } 



be'ft very disappointed • 



n. And before you get on our case about the tad that u< ve sKtppcd asking qm'stfons and luive inste.i' 
vou, take our advicfi Close Iht- book. There's more Inipintanl things to grl upset about Tinu- to ttu, i. 

14, Did you Ace the picture of Mr. Kingman on pagi- 21 ' ( >o hnck and ItKik ot II again M.u^ t<l> i • 
and better each time we look at It. 

15 What makes lhi» yearbook different (i.e better) than all oti 

16 D(» vou know Ihow spuce» in the Senior set tion when- then- ar< i 
P.„pl..? 

1 " At» you enter the real world, bt-iir in mind that ntibotly will care how -i . 

I '^ I Iryt I- vi'r wonder whv Ihrrv arrn't any flying i arm yet? Ui, Imi 

1"* Mavt* you i-vrr usrd thi- phram-* "(at «lot>" and/or "diFtguKtlnf{ pigsty" In thr ^ i 
ihiti? Rvilcamp? 

T'l I ^1 V'Mi h.ivf ,inv kiltcnv 'III/ Wf b.u't' twi < 



.■ <J t.,ibv 
il>i- htik are thtiiie 



• nleiite? Whrr*''d thev \vaih you luiw to do 

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THE NICHOLAS STUDIO 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

270 MAIN STREET (RTE. 27) - HANSON, MA 02341 

(781)-293-4142 



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Three members of the East Bridgev voter 
Faculty decide that there is life after EBUs 



For the past 31 years Mrs. Cox could be found 
sitting on her favorite stool reading aloud to the 
students of East Bridgewater High School. At the 
same time Mrs. Howard could always be found in her 
office ready to help guide the youth of our town. 
Meanwhile, you could find Mr. Lasdow blowing his 
horn in the music department. It wasn't always that 
way though... Helen Cox, along with Claire Howard 
first started teaching in East Bridgewater in 1970. Mrs. 
Howard was originally hired as a Spanish teacher 
before she made her move to the guidance office, but 
the woman affectionately known as "Coxy Baby" and 





"Foxy Coxy" to her former students has been in th 
English classroom since the beginning. Then, in 197.' 
Daniel Lasdow joined the mix as the newest membt 
of the music department. Between the three of thee 
teachers, they have taught more than 15,000 schoc 
days and had over 10,000 students. It is with gre^ 
sadness that the East Bridgewater School communi^ 
must say farewell to these educators. They ha\| 
dedicated their lives to the children of Ea 
Bridgewater, and they have touched many lives i 
thei r time here. To a 11 of them we wish the best in the 
new life after EBHS. 








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From the time that you were in middle school you have all been told, "Wait unt 

you get to the high school, you're gonna have to work your butts off. 

Well, we here at The Torch decided to find out which of our students would hav 

the resources to survive their high school experience. We went out and foun 

students working off their butts, rumps, 

behinds, backsides, gluteus maxima, kiesters, 

rears, bums, tushes, derrieres, and buttocks. 

As you can see and hopefully appreciate, the 

students of East 

Bridgewater High 

School are not afraid to 

work and they are also 

proud of their 

posteriors. While this 

may not be the best 

side of student life here 

at East Bridgewater 

High School, make no 

buts about it, it is a 

necessity for each and every one of 

us. As the Class of 2001 prepares 

to leave us behind. The Torch would 

like remind all seniors not to slip 

through the cracks of life and we 

would also like to congratulate all 

of the seniors who worked their 

butts off over the last four years 

and wish them all the best from the 

bottom of our hearts. 





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